Hitman Absolution Walkthrough Part 2

Sunday, 25 November 2012, 14:16 | Walkthrough

After share part 1 of Hitman Absolution Walkthrough, byuur will share the next walkthrough for you. Well, in this section we share about 2 missions. The King Of Chinatown and Terminus. To the point let’s start now!

Hitman Absolution Walkthrough Part 2

“Chinatown Square” Area

Chinatown. Busy, loud, confined. Too many people. Too many witnesses.

– Quid Pro Quo
Birdie. Once the Agency’s top intelligence man. In order to protect the girl, I need him as my eyes and ears. But his services won’t come cheap. This man is a merchant. Quid pro quo. Everything comes with a price. To recruit him, I must first take out his business rival. Official contract or not, this “King of Chinatown” has to die.

Objective:
• Locate the King of Chinatown
The target’s base of operation is the pagoda in the center of Chinatown. Locate target and devise a suitable strategy.

“Terminus Hotel” Area

Hotel Terminus. A once exclusive establishment, now run down, inhabited by unfortunates, outcasts, criminals. Blake Dexter’s men patrol ground and top floors.

– The Man from South Dakota
Birdie’s intel is never wrong. A Midwestern arms manufacturer named Blake Dexter is in Chicago searching for Victoria. The Agency would never share their secrets with outsiders; someone else must have leaked the information. But who? I can’t trust anyone. All I know is that the girl is innocent. She doesn’t deserve this. I will infiltrate Blake Dexter’s suite at the Terminus Hotel and learn the truth for myself. Then I shall decide his fate.

Objectives in the Upper Floors:
• Get to the Eighth Floor
Blake Dexter’s suite is the only one floor up and security is tightening. The elevator is clearly not an option. Also, civilian witnesses increase the risk of a direct confrontation. I should locate an alternate route.
• Get to Room 899
The 8th floor. Crawling with Dexter personnel. I shall locate room 899 and slip in undetected.

Objective in Room 899:
Dexter’s suite. Best Terminus has to offer. Several adjoining rooms. Tight security. Get in. See you on the next walkthrough.

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