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All six Hitman 3 locations have been revealed by IO Interactive

IO Interactive has released a guide that lists all the new locations you will be guiding Agent 47 through when Hitman 3 launches later this month.

In a new blog post, the developer has shed some more light on the passport stamps Agent 47 will be collecting in the third and final installment of the rebooted trilogy, following on from the previously-teased locations of Dartmoor, Dubai, and Chongqing.

If you want the assassination tour of everyone's favorite contract killer to be a surprise, we recommend you don't read on below the video embedded below, taken from our preview and interview earlier this month (which is absolutely worth a watch, by the way).

The blog reveals three more levels that you'll be able to assassinate your way through when the game launches late January. They include:

Berlin, Germany

Head to the outskirts of Berlin, a city known for its fairytales, vibrant style and chaotic nightlife. Whether you’re looking for a place to reflect and recuperate or want to experience the dizzying adrenaline rush of an epic rave, Berlin will help you find both of those things and everything in between.

Mendoza, Argentina

As one of the most well-known wine regions in South America, Mendoza is the perfect place to take in the beautiful sights and acquired tastes of Argentina. From the sloping hills to the modern vineyards, there’s plenty of opportunity to explore.

Carpathian Mountains, Romania

The final mission in the World of Assassination trilogy takes you to the Carpathian Mountains.

Color us excited indeed to see how this three-game series wraps up deep in the mountains of Romania – expect it to be one of the most challenging levels yet.

Hitman 3 is set to launch on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC on January 20.

Ahead of Hitman 3’s launch, we spoke with IO Interactive to learn more about what the studio learned from operating a live service element all those years, its approach to zaniness in Hitman 3, and more besides.

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