This page of the Hitman 3 guide will show you how to change the difficulty level, how many difficulty levels are available in the game, and how they differ from each other.
Hitman 3 has a lot to offer to all players, even those who are just beginning their adventure as Agent 47. These players can use the lowest difficulty level, Casual, which forgives many mistakes. More experienced players who expect a bit more challenge can choose Professional - here the gameplay becomes a bit more demanding. Veterans and anyone who wants a real challenge can try their hand at the Master difficulty level.
Below you can find a detailed description of all difficulty levels available in Hitman 3.
- Casual: unlimited saves, mission guides, no surveillance monitoring, forgiving combat, fewer enemies, more items you can legally carry with you, NPCs are less sensitive to various sounds;
- Professional: unlimited saves, mission guides, active surveillance monitoring, cameras alert guards when they detect illegal actions, combat is more challenging;
- Master: one save per mission, no mission guides, additional surveillance cameras, additional enemies, ruthless and challenging combat, bloody eliminations ruin disguise, NPCs are more sensitive to all kinds of sounds.
Difficulty level - how to change it?
In Hitman 3, you can change the difficulty level before starting a specific mission. You can select the difficulty level in the third tab, highlighted in the image above. Once you've made your selection, you can move on to the actual mission.