2. Hitman 2 (2018)
This follow-up to Hitman 2 delivered more of what made Hitman 2016 great: beautiful locations ranging from Miami (where a car race is going on) to a mysterious island somewhere in the North Atlantic. Hitman 2 surely gave fans lovely scenarios where to exercise their trigger finger.
Killing with bullets is not the best course of action here, though, despite the large assortment of guns available, from Agent 47’s silenced pistol to Uzis and shotguns. Nope, a drop of poison or arranging an accident is the way to go here. Plus, IO Interactive bringing Sean Bean in for a time-limited mission was also inspired…
Hitman 2 is a notch below the previous game though: the locations are not so stupendous here, while this is also lacking the superb motion-captured cinematics featured in the 2016 game, but is a fantastic sequel in every sense of the word though.
Came out on: PC, PS4 and Xbox One.