System Requirements and Achievements / Trophies

Hitman has reasonable official system requirements, but the framerate may drop in certain situations, such as when moving quickly through the map or entering a room with many NPCs. This occurs in both the PC and console versions of the game. Long loading times, even after loading a saved game, can also be a problem, but using a fast SSD drive may help to alleviate this issue.

This guide is based on the PlayStation 4 version of the game. In this version, players can choose to lock the framerate or not. Since the animation speed can change dynamically, it is better to lock it at 30 frames per second most of the time. However, there may be times when the number of frames drops below that level, but it is brief and not too bothersome.

Game Modes

Singleplayer: Yes

Offline Co-op (split screen/hot seat): No

Internet Co-op: No

Multiplayer: No

It is important to note that the game can be played in offline and online modes, which are independent of each other. This means that if you start a mission in offline mode, you must also finish it in offline mode. It is best to play the game in online mode to have access to challenges, but this requires a constant internet connection. Losing connection may end the mission prematurely and return you to the main menu.

Hitman PC System Requirements

Minimum System Requirements

  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • GPU: GeForce GTX 660 or better
  • OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 – only 64-bit versions
  • HDD Space Required: 50 GB

Recommended System Requirements

  • Processor: Intel Core i7 3770 3,4 GHz or better
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • GPU: GeForce GTX 770 or better
  • OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 – only 64-bit versions
  • HDD Space Required: 50 GB

Hitman PS4 Requirements

  • Console HDD Space Required: 8.6 GB (Starter Pack)
  • PlayStation Plus Subscription is not required for using online functions of the game (challenges, etc.)


1. What are system requirements?

System requirements refer to the minimum hardware and software specifications that a computer must meet in order to run a particular software or game. These specifications typically include the operating system, processor speed, RAM, graphics card, and disk space. Meeting the system requirements ensures that the software or game will run smoothly and without issues on the computer. It is important to check the system requirements before purchasing or downloading a software or game to ensure compatibility with your computer.

2. What are achievements/trophies in gaming?

Achievements (on Xbox and Steam) and trophies (on PlayStation) are virtual rewards or recognition that a player can earn by completing specific objectives or tasks in a video game. These objectives can range from completing a level or mission to performing a specific action within the game. Achievements and trophies are usually displayed on the player’s profile and can be shared with friends. They serve as a way to track progress and provide a sense of accomplishment for the player.

3. Can achievements/trophies be earned on different platforms?

Achievements and trophies are platform-specific, meaning they can only be earned on the platform for which they were designed. For example, achievements can only be earned on Xbox and Steam, while trophies can only be earned on PlayStation. However, some games have been released on multiple platforms and may have different achievements or trophies on each platform. Additionally, some cross-platform games may have achievements or trophies that can be earned on multiple platforms, but this is rare.

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