Hitman: Marrakesh - Bathroom Break

Hitman: Marrakesh - Bathroom Break

Complete the Bathroom Break challenge.

This guide will show players how to complete the Bathroom Break assassination challenge, part of A Gilded Cage, the new mission in the Marrakesh location for Hitman.

Killing Reza Zaydan is much easier than killing Claus Hugo Strandberg, and the Bathroom Break option is one of the most fun ways to do it. To pull off this unique kill, players must only assassinate General Reza Zaydan by dropping a toilet on him.

Before you get to the killing part, however, you must first get into the school. While it’s fairly simple to do this using the Why We Fight opportunity, it’s more reasonable to go with Open Sesame, as that will put you on the exact path that you need to use in order to complete the Bathroom Break challenge. In fact, that’s where we’ll begin our walkthrough.

You can sneak behind this guy and move past him without resorting to violence.

As soon as you complete the Open Sesame opportunity you’ll be in a corridor with a lone guard. All you have to do is crouch and walk behind him, and the second he leans into the window of the building, pick the lock on the door opposite from where you entered and go through. Shut it behind you and that guy is out of the way for the time being. You do not have to harm him at all, and you shouldn’t since you can’t hide his body anywhere.

You've got about one or two seconds to kick the toilet onto Zaydan when he walks by.

You’ll be in another corridor now, but this time you’re alone. You have to be careful of the guard who looks out one of the windows on your left, but crouching and walking forward while hugging that wall should work just fine. Use your Instinct to make sure he isn’t looking your way, and then climb into the last window that you can.

There will be a room with two soldiers on your left, and two more sitting and talking in the room in front of you. Head into the room in front of you and turn on the school intercom. Back out to the room you were just in and climb on top of some crates, then hang from the ledge and pull yourself up so you’re in the restroom.

Once in the restroom, snap to cover against the wall of the stall and wait for Reza Zaydan to come in and look through the hole in the floor. When he leaves, walk up to the toilet sitting on the edge of the hole and wait for Zaydan to confront the guards on the floor below you. When he moves forward and under the toilet, kick it to drop it on his head and kill him. This will complete the Bathroom Break challenge.

If you’re done with Bathroom Break and want to try something new, you can kill General Reza Zaydan with the Don’t Use that Tone challenge instead.

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