HITMAN 2: Snow Festival
Celebrate the Winter season at the HITMAN 2 Snow Festival in Hokkaido and throw snowballs at your target in a new mission! Starting on January 21 and through February 12, The Snow Festival brings winter-themed items and the Snow Master Challenge Pack that rewards two new unlocks: The Ice Pick and The Snow Festival Suit!
January 21st: For HITMAN 2 players who own the Legacy Pack, The Snow Festival will be available via the Hokkaido Legacy location for the duration of the event. The Snow Festival Suit and Ice Pick are permanently unlocked for anyone who unlocks them during the event.
January 22nd: For anyone that doesn’t own HITMAN 2, the entire Hokkaido Legacy Location (including the Snow Festival) can be downloaded and enjoyed for the duration of the event. This free trial will be available to download on January 22nd at 13 UTC for Xbox One and PS4 players and 18 UTC for PC players. The trial will end at the same times on February 12.
Progress will carry over to the main game.
Winter Sports Pack (Expansion Pass)
The Winter Sports Pack is the first content release for the HITMAN 2: Expansion Pass. Embrace the cold to get immediate access to the Winter Sports Suit and add 4 new items to your inventory that can be used in all HITMAN 2 locations. The Winter Sports Pack will be available at no additional cost for owners of the HITMAN 2: Expansion Pass, starting from midnight on January 22nd in your region. This pack is not currently available for individual sale.
The Winter Sports Pack includes 5 new items:
Winter Sports Suit: A tight-fitting, multi-colored thin sweater with matching dark grey cargo pants featuring reinforced knees. Neoprene-laced gloves and a matching canteen ensures you will fit right in at any ski-themed event.
Snowball: A ball made of snow. Can be thrown at anyone to really annoy them.
Piton: Metal spike used for climbing. Sharp enough to use as a lethal weapon.
Quickdraw: Climbing gear which can double as a fiber wire in tight situations.
Arctic Tool Box: A toolbox for arctic climate. Can be used to hide illegal items.