When you know a bit of each level of the iceberg
47 might have been originally named 48 during development and blindfolded guy in Death of a Showman is a witness are missing
“A vintage year dumb level design”
This is for @eydontactdumb .
I actually had him there haha but thought I’d remove him since I already have 2 ‘X can be a witness’ entries
Hehe I’m quite aware of this. I think it’s referring to the fact that the Delgado mansion is only reachable by boat or seaplane.
Still think it’s the best BM level along with ANL
Really? That’s interesting to know for something in WoA…
So there are old screenshots from C47 with 47 wearing different clothing. In newer versions it has 47 written on it but in older versions it’s 48
It’s just a guess though
Also the newer version of the outfit (the one with 47 on it) was a bit different
Look at the bottom tier of the iceberg, something something old Training outfit something
It’s true, I saw the part about the outfit in your image but nothing about the number on it
I guess I can modify it to be more specific about the 48
That’s nice, I’m relatively curious about “Agent 48” ever since I saw this outfit in the Alpha of Hitman 2016
Could’ve been a mistake, or maybe not
I feel stupid for this. I know about the guard’s fascination with the tv and the blood paintings but how did I not know Beldingford manor was haunted? It was even in the first tier.
Who’s the mister x in there? Is it the Mystery man?
The Beldingford Manor bit is just there to keep in line with the other icebergs that have similar fan theories.
Yeah, the guy from H2SA. Calling him Mister X because that’s how he’s called in the files.
What’s Strip Poker referring to?
Nice iceberg, some entries are very obscure.
You can find some people in a hotel room in A House of Cards playing poker. One dude is just wearing his boxers suggesting they’re actually playing strip poker.
What are the high tech glasses referring to in the lower layer?
From the wiki
“According to Jacob Andersen, lead designer of Hitman 2: Silent Assassin , Agent 47 went from being “a mean old hairy guy” to having “hi-tech glasses” before getting to his current design.”