Hitman: Absolution Contracts Shown Off

on September 28, 2012 9:31 AM

IO Interactive has released a video showing off the multiplayer-mode Contracts in Hitman: Absolution. The video features around 18-minutes of game play and has commentary from the game’s director Tore Blystad and Travis Barbour of the community team at IO Interactive.

Contracts as players create and share custom hit challenges in the game. Players will choose the level, targets, weapons, and rules to follow when trying to complete the hit. Instead of using an editor, gamers will be able to play the hit to create the hit. Due to its asynchronous mode, players will be able to compete in Contracts at any time. The game features several Contracts designed by the crew at IO Interactive.

Fans looking for an exciting stealth game with an interesting twist on multiplayer will want to keep an eye out for Hitman: Absolution when it is released November 20, 2012 for PS3, PC, and Xbox 360.

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