Hitman 3 is now available on PC and consoles, and it seems like the Xbox Series X is the console that runs the game best.
Digital Foundry took a good look at the latest entry in the series developed IO Interactive, confirming that it runs at native 4K resolution on Xbox Series X. The PlayStation 5 doesn't manage to run the game at the same resolution, as Hitman 3 only runs at 1800p. The Xbox Series S only supports 1080p resolution.
Resolution is the only main difference between the three different current-gen versions of Hitman 3, as performance is quite stable on all three consoles at 60 FPS. Things are quite different on old-gen consoles, as the game runs at 60 FPS, 1080p resolution only on PlayStation 4 Pro.
The trilogy is complete as Hitman 3 release at the tail-end of one generation - and the start of another. Today we look at the PS5, Xbox Series S and X, the big revelation being the focus on 60 frames per second gameplay all round. Can they all achieve it? And what visual differences are there elsewhere between them, in textures and shadows? Tom and John check out all three.
Hitman 3 is now available on PC and consoles worldwide.
- Campaign mode will take you on a globe-trotting adventure to sprawling sandbox locations and will deliver a dramatic conclusion to the world of assassination Trilogy.
- Elusive targets are the ultimate HITMAN challenge and are Designed to offer an exciting, pulse-pounding experience. You need to track down a unique target, with little-to-no help from the HUD or Instinct and hatch a plan to eliminate them on the fly.
- Expect your gameplay skills to be pushed to the Max in Escalation Contracts, as new elements are thrown at you in each stage of the contract. Disguise restrictions, added security cameras and other kinds of other complications will be thrown your way.