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Agent 47 is many things, but mainly a murderer. However, the eponymous hitman is also living a sartorial dream: everything looks amazing on him, all the time. Here's a breakdown of some of his best disguises from the first season of 2016's Hitman.


It's the middle of the day, and I've spent the last couple of hours trying to figure out how to kill this stupid cameraman. You'd think it would be easy, but I have to make it look like an accident and I can't harm the newswoman he's working with. Much harder than it sounds.


Hitman's Episode 6, Hokkaido, is elegant, full of possibilities and leaves players with more questions than answers. It's a fitting finale to season one of Hitman, because it doesn't feel like an ending at all.


Hitman's latest episode, "Freedom Fighters," is very serious. Agent 47 infiltrates a militia compound in Colorado in pursuit of four targets. There's not a lot of room for fun on the compound, for Rube Goldberg-esque murder traps that make Hitman memorable, but this fifth episode is great in another way. It's hard.


I love the Elusive Targets in Hitman. There have been five Elusive Contracts since the game's launch, and after failing the fourth one, I decided to do extensive reconnaissance work and pre-planning for the fifth target. This time, I would be ready for anything. Here are the results.


In anticipation of Hitman's third episode, I spent the past weekend doing pretty much nothing but playing Hitman. I beat the new Elusive Target with a much better score than last time. I hit mastery level 20 in both Paris and Sapienza, including two suit-only silent assassin runs. I finally hit my Hitman stride, just in time for Episode 3 to disappoint me.