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An Iconic Stealth Game With A 9/10 Rating On Steam Will Be Free Starting July 3

As part of its annual Prime Day celebration, Amazon is letting Prime Gaming subscribers unlock a total of 15 games in the lead-up to Prime Day, with a range of titles covering different genres on offer. These include titles from Techland's shooter series as well as major IPs such as and , with three or four games unlocking every few days from now until July 11.

Amazon's Prime Day sales take place between July 16 and July 17.

On July 3, IO Interactive's acclaimed stealth title will be available at no extra cost for Prime Gaming subscribers. The 2012 title currently has a "" review score compiled from over 35,000 player reviews on Steam, with a 9/10 rating, and received a "" 79 Metacritic score based on 51 critic reviews. These reviews largely praised the game's range of potential assassination options, improved graphics (for the time), and stealth mechanics.

The version of being offered as part of the Prime Day celebrations is on GOG Galaxy, not Steam.

The Hitman game series stands out as the crown jewel of stealth gaming. From Absolution to Silent Assassin, these are the best of the bunch.

offered several of the core components fans of the franchise had come to expect, as they had the freedom to take out a target in a variety of ways, from simply shooting them to setting up elaborate traps to make it look like an accident. There was also the option to don disguises that could be found across a level or taken off unsuspecting NPCs, ranging from cleaners to masked wrestlers, to infiltrate specific areas.

also added a new Instinct mode, which was carried forward into the trilogy, which let players monitor nearby enemy movements through walls and alerted them to which ones might be able to see through particular disguises so they could plan their way around the levels accordingly. Admittedly, is the most linear of all of the games, which was controversial among some fans at the time as it eschewed the more vast sandbox-type levels seen in its predecessors in

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