Hitman: Absolution’s final trailer dares you to try the game without Instinct

Hitman: Absolution

By on November 10, 2012 at 2:39 pm

With only 10 days now remaining to the launch of Hitman: Absolution in Australia, the marketing is now coming to a close — and this final trailer gives an overview into Agent 47′s Instinct, which is basically a neat way of seeing through walls. It also apparently has the ability to allow him to tell the future: check out the trailer below as he sees a line of fire appear across the ground indicating where a guard will walk, and then clambers out of the way just in time. Of course, you can always play the game in Purist mode to give yourself no Instinct, no guides, no help and literally no interface at all. If you want.

For more on how Absolution is shaping up on PC, check out our in-depth examination of the Sniper Challenge.

5 comments (Leave your own)

I’m partially excited because if it does retain that proper Hitman feel I will love it, if it is just a random action game with pretend stealth elements and crap hit options I will be…annoyed. Will be playing with Xray vision off thanks, if I buy which I will be waiting for a reputable review on lol.

No i’m not picky, just wary of previous targeted marketing of this game. :P


“to give yourself to give yourself no instinct”


“to give yourself to give yourself no instinct”

No idea what you mean. :/


/shrug my first play thru of a hitman game is to murder everything in sight anyways.


I see all that whining about instinct was worth it lol

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