Hitman 3 Streamer Stuffed Entire Population of Sapienza Inside a Freezer

Hitman 3 Streamer Stuffed Entire Population of Sapienza Inside a Freezer

During a Hitman 3 Twitch stream, one user spent hours stuffing the entire NPC population of Sapienza inside a freezer.

In Hitman, there are a lot of ways to hid your enemies. One of the cooler ways to do it happens to be stuffing people in freezers. During a recent Hitman 3 stream, Twitch user RTGameCrowd dedicated a stream to fitting the entire population of Sapienza in a freezer. Agent 47 did it with style, all while dressed as a clown with a baseball bat.

At over nine hours, RTGameCrowd’s first mission was to rank up enough to earn the rubber duck explosive. Of the nine hours, it took him six hours to knock out the hundreds of NPCs in Sapienza. This required knocking each NPC unconscious and dragging them in the freezer. The location first appeared in 2016’s Hitman. The entire stream is on the RTGameCrord Twitch channel. You can watch it below. Additionally, even developer IO Interactive reacted to the impressive achievement.

“The joy of games like Hitman for me is that they’re presented with an incredibly straight face, but allow you to do incredibly silly things,” said RTGameCrowd’s Daniel to Polygon. “I’ve previously killed 553 people using only a fish in the game, so it just seemed like a natural progression for the freezer challenge.”

Hitman 3 recently released on PC and current and next-gen consoles. In under a week, developer IO Interactive has made their budget back on the game. Besides this Twitch stream, one other streamer finished a Hitman 3 level in 9 seconds. Besides the Hitman franchise, IO Interactive’s next project will be a James Bond game. Additionally, while not much is known about the game, it could be the start of a trilogy. There’s no release date for the upcoming James Bond game.

Hitman 3 is available now on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. You can read our review here. Stay tuned to DualShockers for more news on the Hitman series, including the James Bond game.