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Hitman 3: Countries Map Quiz

Pertains to the Hitman World of Assassination trilogy including DLC missions.
Quiz by wolfather
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Last updated: June 25, 2021
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Mission Name(s)
Country Location
Freeform Training
Greenland, Denmark
The Showstopper
Paris, France
World of Tomorrow
Sapienza, Italy
A Gilded Cage
Marrakesh, Morocco
Club 27
Bangkok, Thailand
Freedom Fighters
Colorado, United States
Situs Inversus
Hokkaido, Japan
Nightcall
Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
Mission Name(s)
Country Location
The Finish Line
Miami, United States
Three Headed Serpent
Santa Fortuna, Colombia
Chasing a Ghost
Mumbai, India
Another Life
Whittleton Creek, United States
The Ark Society
Isle of Sgail, United Kingdom (probably)
Golden Handshake
New York City, United States
The Last Resort
Haven Island, Maldives
The Last Yardbird
Himmelstein, Austria
Mission Name(s)
Country Location
The Pen and the Sword
Hantu Port, Singapore
Crime and Punishment
Siberia, Russia
On Top of the World
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Death in the Family
Dartmoor, United Kingdom
Apex Predator
Berlin, Germany
End of an era
Chongqing, China
The Farewell
Mendoza, Argentina
Untouchable
Carpathian Mountains, Romania
4 Comments
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Level 56
Jun 25, 2021
Which locations would you like to see next?
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Level 62
Nov 1, 2022
Perhaps Call of Duty locations? Like individual maps for Modern Warfare, the WW2 era games and Black Ops?
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Level 71
Nov 1, 2022
i was so sure the training mission was in australia but imagine my shock when i see it was in greenland somehow!
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Level 42
Nov 15, 2022
Have never played the game, but got 20 out of 24 just from guessing which countries/locations would make sense to an American audience