Hitman is a well-known series of games made by IO Interactive. They also made a lot of other great games, but these are the best ones.
IO Interactive has made a name for itself as an independent triple-A creator of the Hitman series, which has been praised by critics. It has grown to be such a big company that they have offices all over the world working on different projects at the same time.
The company has spent 20 years making the Hitman series of games as good as they can be. There are many well-liked games in the series. There are also a lot of games made by the company that are part of their own series and deserve some love. Even though there aren’t many Hitman games on this list, here are some of IO Interactive’s best games.
Kane & Lynch: Dead Men
Even though it’s not IO Interactive’s best-reviewed game, Kane & Lynch has a cult following because it’s a very violent show about two guys who hate each other very much. Kane & Lynch: Dead Men was the first game in a series that only had two more games.
The story can be played as Kane in single player, but the game also has a co-op mode where another player can play as Lynch. Lynch is different from Kane because he sometimes has dreams that change the scene for the player who is controlling Kane. There was also an online multiplayer game for the third-person shooter.
IO Interactive makes a lot of dark and intense games, but Mini Ninjas is a breath of fresh air for people who like games with cute art styles that appeal to a bigger audience. Even though the series had a few spin-offs, many people still enjoy the original.
The action-adventure game lets players take on the part of one of six different ninjas. Each ninja has a different set of skills that make each fight different. There are many things to find in the game that can be used to improve weapons or learn new spells.
Hitman: Absolution was a wake-up call for IO Interactive to go back to a time when games were more open-ended. It was stuck between the early days of the Hitman series and the reboot of the series. But, even though Absolution was predictable, it wasn’t a bad game by any means.
The game had a number of levels where the main character, Agent 47, had to either try to get to the end of the level or kill certain targets along the way. In this entry, IO Interactive debuted “Contracts,” a feature where players can set up their own goals for other players to go after. This would become an important part of the show.
Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
Hitman’s early days laid the groundwork for one of the most famous stealth video games. Hitman 2: Silent Assassin was the second game in the series, and it focused on giving players the freedom to go through each situation however they want, with the option to always avoid action.
In the game’s predecessor, players had no choice but to get into action-packed situations. Now, players can do each task in any way they want. This installment was the first to have a rating system where players could get rewards. Based on how well they did and which names best described how they played.
When the first Hitman games came out, IO Interactive was working with Electronic Arts on a game called Freedom Fighters. It turned out to be one of IO Interactive’s most highly praised games that wasn’t part of their most popular series.
In a world where the Soviet Union has taken over New York City, the main character Christopher Stone runs through the streets of Manhattan and fights as many Soviet soldiers as he can with the help of other characters. There was also a multiplayer game called “capture the flag” in the third-person shooter.
Hitman: Blood Money
Many people think the best part of the Hitman series is the reboot. But Hitman: Blood Money is one of the best games in the series that came out before the reboot. The entry stands out because of the way its levels were made. Because it used a brand-new game engine that added a lot of new features.
Most games before Blood Money had targets die in ways that made it clear they were killed. But this one made it possible for deaths to look like accidents, which kept Agent 47 from being suspected. The story of Drift Boss game is also very interesting. Agent 47 is trying to take down a bad company.
Hitman: World Of Assassination
In 2016, IO Interactive chose to start over with Hitman. The new version has big sandbox levels that the player can explore. And use the tools around them to figure out how to kill their target. This led to the creation of three very good games, which are now known as Hitman: World of Assassination.
Along with the main story mode, which has both an open-ended sandbox to explore and a linear path to the goal, Hitman: World of Assassination has other modes like “Elusive Targets,” which are limited-time missions for certain areas, and “Freelancer Mode,” which is a roguelike mode that makes it fun to play through all Hitman maps again and again.