Fans of a certain bald assassin will be happy to hear that the HITMAN Spring Pack is now available according to a news post on developer IO Interactive's website.
The HITMAN Spring Pack makes the Sapienza location from Episode 2 of the game available for free to anyone who wants to get their hands on it. The pack will include the main story mission "World of Tomorrow", 20 levels of Mastery with the included weapon and item unlocks that you'd expect. There will also be more than 100 challenges, 7 achievements/trophies, and all of the Escalation Contracts, Challenge Packs, and Featured Contracts that have been released for the Sapienza locale so far.
Unfortunately, the pack does not include any of the content from the bonus episode that comes with the game of the year edition. That's not to say that players will be completely left out in the cold for extra content, though - they'll be able to participate in any Elusive Target challenges that take place in Sapienza so long as they own the pack. Elusive Targets are special encounters available for a limited time in a particular location and are often quite challenging and you only get to attempt once. Io Interactive has been bringing the events back that passed previously so that those who didn't get the chance to participate the first time can try it.
If you're keen on getting a bit of assassination action for free, you can pick up the HITMAN Spring Pack for PC via Steam, for the Xbox One via the Microsoft Store, and for the PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Store. The game is also currently on sale on Steam - the Game of the Year Edition bundle is discounted by 57%, pricing the game's multiple episodes and bonus content at $31.92 or your regional equivalent. Be sure to check out our review of the game's first season. Don't delay picking it up as this pack will only be available for a limited time - the HITMAN Spring Pack will vanish like a skilled professional on April 3, 2018.
What do you think of the HITMAN Spring Pack? Do you like the location that's available for free for a limited time? Where do you hope to see the HITMAN games go next? Let us know in the comments below!