Haven Island Beach from Hitman 2

Hitman 2 Reveals New Haven Island Trailer

Hitman 2 is revealing its final location for its season pass in Haven Island. Check out the trailer below.

Here is a description from IO Interactive:

Haven Island is a brand new sandbox location coming to HITMAN 2 for all Expansion Pass and Gold Edition owners!

This new location transports players to the warm beaches and tropical paradise of the Maldives, where Agent 47 must travel under a fake identity and assume the role of a guest at the privately-owned Haven Island – headquarters of the world’s premiere reputation management service. All guests are treated to the best possible service, food and every luxury you would imagine from a tropical island resort.

This exciting conclusion to the HITMAN 2 Expansion Pass picks up directly after the events from the Milton-Fitzpatrick bank in New York and promises to be a memorable Hitman location for all players. We’re extremely excited to see our players and community share their experiences with the new mission.

This new exciting expansion will continue the story line and bring it to a close, at least for this season. This setting seems to really elicit a distinct sense of style. The waves and tranquility of the beachfront environment almost seem to forebode the sense of danger the player will bring. It could also be just a fun setting for players to set up silly assassinations. Regardless of the approach, this new location,  I am sure will have plenty of fun set pieces. Also helps that it looks absolutely gorgeous.

Some other features this will include is over 75 new challenges and 20 levels of Location mastery. Full Support for Contracts Mode, and 7 new achievements and trophies are also here. So even after you do complete the story challenges you will still have plenty of content to keep you busy.

Haven Island will be releasing for Hitman 2 on September 24, 2019. Hitman 2 is currently available for both Xbox One and Playstation 4.

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Source: Kotaku

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