Hitman 3’s new map, Ambrose Island, will show up as free DLC to all players on July 26th, IO Interactive reported in its July roadmap. This denotes the game’s first new map since it sent off last January.
In light of the trailer, Ambrose Island seems to be a shabby, tropical region drove by a radical outcast. IO Interactive says the map is a “completely explorable sandbox location” with a “covered up bay, home to a risky privateer organization working in the Andaman Sea and to many secret mysteries.” It’s likewise set to accompany a record of new targets, difficulties, and compensations to open.
IO Interactive first reviewed the map — codenamed “Rough” at that point — as a feature of its year two uncover recently. In May, the game studio declared that it had pushed Ambrose Island’s release date up to compensate for the deferral of Hitman 3’s impending roguelike mode, called Freelancer. The new mode was initially set to turn out in spring 2022, however showing up in the second 50% of this year is currently assumed.
IO Interactive likewise illustrated various other changes in its roadmap. It’s trading in Himmapan Hotel as the game’s free pivoting location until July 17th, and has added Vicente Murillo as the ongoing Elusive Target, with Wen Ts’ai set to make a profit from July 15th.