APA: A Contract Series

I’m proud to announce, in association with @ScroobiusJib, @AgeingFPS and @Kinyo92, APA: A Contract Series.

We have not only created contracts meant for speedrunning, but we have also written a full-length plot line that revolves around the Delgado drug cartel. Please enjoy our story and contracts. Best of luck, agents.

PC APA Series:
APA-Paris : 1-02-8622420-39
APA-Sapienza : 1-03-6792306-39
APA-Marrakesh : 1-06-7106685-39
APA-Bangkok : 1-08-2648007-39
APA-Colorado : 1-09-8259775-39
APA-Hokkaido : 1-10-2484536-39

PS4 APA Series:
APA-Paris : 2-02-8925148-12
APA-Sapienza : 2-03-1816870-12
APA-Marrakesh : 2-06-7130572-12
APA-Bangkok : 2-08-9077036-12
APA-Colorado : 2-09-6722294-12
APA-Hokkaido : 2-10-2029578-12

XB1 APA Series:
APA-Paris : 3-02-1443478-00
APA-Sapienza : 3-03-8200344-00
APA-Marrakesh : 3-06-6661990-00
APA-Bangkok : 3-08-9497523-00
APA-Colorado : 3-09-7242189-00
APA-Hokkaido : 3-10-6059516-00

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These seems like a really cool idea, I love making up backstories for the contracts I play :slight_smile:

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Will definitely try these out when I get home. Definitely want to see some for Hitman 2 though, better game and maybe better fitted IMO. It’s a lot more global and atmospheric, not really all that random whereas 2016 hops between luxurious hotel to fashion show to military farm. Hitman 2 is a bit more focused on a location as a location if that makes sense. Mumbai is Mumbai not a unique totally separate area that oh so happens to be in Mumbai, like the Himmapan is in Bangkok but it’s a hotel—it’s not really Bangkok.
Lmao I really went off but I love Hitman 2 and would love to see a similar project in the game if it doesn’t exist already

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Oh believe me. This is just Part 1 of the series. The briefings go into detail with a full mission story, and Hokkaido leaves off with you needing to go to Miami. With that being said:

Part 2 Coming Soon…

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I think in all your reply and topic on the forum there is the word mumbai :joy:

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Lol just love it so much. Born and raised in the US but good lord Mumbai is masterpiece and should be mentioned as much as possible for me. I think my heart broke when it was revealed there won’t be an ET there but I even love Illusions of the Grandeur. All of the escalations there are a ton of fun for me, it’s just
Fucking
Awesome

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I think I know what you mean. Like we’re going to Bangkok, well, a hotel set apart from Bangkok. Now we’re going to the US, well, a remote farm in the US. And now we’re off to Japan, well, a mountainous enclave set apart from the rest of the country.

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Looking forward to this, especially part 1 since season 1 has much better maps

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Sick burn babe :joy: I’ll look into them next week…weekly and ET today…:face_with_monocle:

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Next week you are in Sicily, what are you talking about

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The week after next week babe :joy: in Germany the week starts on Monday :smirk:

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They were created with speedrunning in mind, but feel free to play them as you wish! I consider myself a speedrunner and so that’s what I aim for in contract creation. But you can play them however :slight_smile:

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Tsk tsk tsk

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What do you mean mate

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Does it really take that long to get to the Sheikhs room? I rarely interact with him on runs so I can’t remember

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Oke thanks for the explanation. However, even with your rules, i still think you have other options. If you can manage to get to the parking lot, you can either kill or lure the sheik from there

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If you set off the alarm of the limo that is under his balcony while he is on the balcony, he will come down like a good boy

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What are the main exits for you? The ones closest to the final objective or the ones closest to your starting location?

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I really enjoyed these. Got pretty good times also.
No too much grinding though.
Sapienza was the hardest.

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this looks like a fun way to play mate. gg to you.

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