So I finally bought the Patient Zero campaign and I have to say: I really love it! I only completed The Source and The Author so far but man, this is something else. I’ll give my tops and cons:
Bangkok: Love what they did with the atmosphere. Night time bangkok looks majestic and sure has a special feel too it. I also like what they did with the queen suite. Looks so different from what it was! About the kills, not much to say about them. There aren’t much unique kills, but I really liked burning Oybek Nabazov in the ritual kind of thing. Sister Yulduz however is kinda boring because of the lack of kills, but overall the targets are fine. What I didn’t like, as mentioned before, is that the whole west wing building is still of the Class’ shit. I hoped they removed all of it and made it look like a normal hotel, but no. I was also surprised by the militia soldiers at the back of the hotel. Kinda odd thought. Overall: I like what they added with the new mission, and it really gives you that cult vibe, but I was disappointed too many things were the same as from the original.
Sapienza: I really, really like this one! It so different from the other Sapienza levels and it has a cool spooky/mysterious vibe to it. What they did to the church is really cool and the targets are very special. You have more ‘opportunities’ in this one, which makes it more fun than the Bangkok mission. And a really cool thing which is finally possible, you can dress up as both targets, how cool is that! It really gives you more possibilities in doing the job. What was kinda disappointing was the routine of Brother Akram, he doesn’t seem to go anywhere unless you ring the church bell. And that brings me to another point: this mission has a cycle of events going on, like in the older games. Targets doing their thing, after a while they meet each other and the deal goes down, and then another thing happens. I really liked that! Overall: I’m into this one. The music really get’s me and makes me feel I’m really dealing with a shady cult. The opportunities you have, the things they did with the map and the vibe makes this my favorite Sapienza bonus mission yet. You can see they put more effort in this one than in the Bangkok one.
Oh, and two nice pics I took while playing: