So what you’re saying is when you pick up a burner phone, you go to another part of the map and make a call. And where that call is made is where that suspects will go?
And I don’t understand why ppl would say a burner phone should be an unlock. How do you even have any other suspects’ phone number? They are unique to the mission so bringing a random burner phone wouldn’t make sense at all, story wise.
I am very happy with the new tweaks/changes. I really enjoyed the special privilege of participating in the CTT. (I never did that before) And it’s about time Mr. 47 got a big beautiful house for working his damn ass off as he always risks his life by getting rid of rotten vermin - making the world just a little bit safer. I just wish Mr. 47 could wear fake moustaches, beards, wigs and temporary tattoos - just to get close to a dangerous target and such … and what if 47 had his own 3D printer for faces, like the one in the Colorado mission, now that would be some sneaky fun! Thanks IOI fur this very cool add-on.
That’s some Mission Impossible type of shit. The 3-D printer could be a good in-universe explanation for using different character skins (like PC Mods). I like it. Let us console players have some fun.
Ok my main question for this after reading all of IOI’s releases and looking at the language used is will there be a new application requiring a re download or a new update and restructured ui for hitman 3?
So, the blog’s wording on collateral mentioned “innocent civilian NPCs”. If we assume guards aren’t civilians, they may possibly be not penalised. What I’ve just remembered is that Colorado is almost exclusively guards, so if the above hypothesis is true, it will remain a place where you can slaughter people with little consequences (other than everyone firing back)(and possibly starting suspect evacuation).
Probably not a very useful or interesting fact (and possibly disproven in several hours), but this Colorado’s “quirk” still caught my attention.
That’s a good point. If you count “innocent civilians” as any NPC who is not armed, then Colorado only has the five hackers and the prisoner in the basement, plus the main game targets roaming around. Everyone else, even the cooks, have weapons, and therefore wouldn’t be considered innocent civilians.
I haven’t seen it mentioned anywhere yet, but guards seem to holster handguns they pick up. I don’t know about larger weapons. But if you were planning on making one of them go away - a dropped weapon might not work.
This is a change… I think I like it. I will have to work with it some more to see what can be done. So far, it seems like you’re better off dropping briefcases. They might also take away explosives.