There's a New Hitman: Sniper Assassin Competition - Win Your Face in Hitman 2

There's a New Hitman: Sniper Assassin Competition - Win Your Face in Hitman 2

Make your loved ones proud by appearing in a violent assassin video game.

Earlier this year, Hitman 2 was revealed for the first time, the follow-up to the complete Hitman Season 1. Hitman: Sniper Assassin was (and still is) offered as the pre-order bonus for Hitman 2, and now you can use it to get your face in Hitman 2.

Today, Warner Bros. (taking over publishing duties on the sequel from Square Enix) announced a new competition for Hitman: Sniper Assassin. From today you can play the mini-game to win a place for your face in Hitman 2.

"Participants can then officially enter the contest by registering for an IOI account and playing Sniper Assassin in “solo” mode as Agent 47," the YouTube trailer description reads. "Throughout the competition period, entrants can scope out high scores via in-game leader boards to track personal improvement or to see where they stand amongst other agents. Three top scorers, one for each respective gaming platform, will then be determined once the competition concludes on 6th November 2018."

So you officially start on a journey to get your face into Hitman 2, right now. If you need a helping hand on how to get the best score possible, head over to our Hitman Sniper Assassin guide.

Hitman 2 launches on November 13 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. For everything else you need to know about the upcoming sequel game (which is ditching the episodic format), head over to our Hitman 2 everything we know guide.

Hirun Cryer

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