The Hitman 3 Ambrose Island trailer will be released ahead of the July roadmap

Developer IO Interactive has released a trailer for the upcoming Hitman 3 expansion. Ambrose Island is a new location that fans have been looking forward to since the beginning of Hitman 3 Year Two, and now the game finally has a date.

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The new trailer shows Ambrose Island and what appears to be the main objective there. The woman narrating the trailer speaks of how the place is filled with criminals or social outcasts. Together they have developed as a family and this person is not ready to let anyone tear that apart. Of course, that’s what Agent 47 is for.

While there are no details on the main story mission, challenges, or opportunities for mischief surrounding Ambrose Island, there is a release date. The new location is coming to all Hitman 3 players on July 26th and will be a free update. Anyone who buys Hitman 3 is also entitled to the additional content, meaning someone is getting a much bigger game for the same buy-in price.

No doubt more details about Ambrose Island will be revealed when IO Interactive releases the Hitman 3 Year Two July roadmap later this month. To date, the content of these monthly updates has been slightly better than the first year of Hitman 3 support, but fans have been eager for more since it was confirmed that a new location and new game modes are in the works.

Since Ambrose Island is an entirely new location, it will be a much larger update than the Elusive Targets, Escalations, or other smaller missions that have been added to Hitman 3 in the past. It will feature assassination challenges, mastery levels, new items to unlock, and much more for players to discover and work through. The Hitman 3 Ambrose Island trailer will be released ahead of the July roadmap

Curtis Crabtree

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