The fourth ET is also a legacy one…
The young Dame Barbara Keating, née Johnson, was from a modest working-class English background. Her father was a waiter at an expensive restaurant and unlike the rest of the fathers in the neighborhood, who wore overalls and worked on a factory line, Samuel Johnson left to work in a white shirt and a tuxedo. Seeing her father dressed up every morning and her mother’s glowing eyes as she served him his breakfast and brought him the paper was a source of pride to young Barbara. They may not have been better off than anybody else on the block - in fact, they often struggled due to her father’s heavy drinking - but in her esteem, they were still different.
- As with all new elusive targets, The Politician has a unique gameplay twist. In this case, the target has a perfect body double and it is 47’s job to decipher which is the target and which is the fake. Eliminating the fake, like with any non-target kill, will decrease your score and void the Silent Assassin rating.
- As mentioned above, it is somewhat to the 9th elusive target in HITMAN™, as Owen Wagner had “Whitecap” with him. It is also very highly similar to The Twin, the 6th elusive target from HITMAN™ because Dylan had a body double with him at all times.
- In the mission briefing, the person who is accusing Barbara is called Brith A. Nielsen, which is a reference to Britta Nielsen, who has stolen over 121 million Danish Crowns (18.207.990 Dollars), from the danish Social Agency. She is from Denmark, like IO Interactive.