Hitman Absolution Score Maximizing Purist Mission Guide: Run For Your Life, Shangri-La, Remove Evidence, Undetected
This is a guide for the fourth part of the Run For Your Life mission in Hitman: Absolution which is called Shangri-La. It explains how to complete this part of the mission with the most amount of score by showing you how to stay undetected and remove the evidence on the hardest, purist, difficulty. After you have completed the mission in this way and done all the challenges for the Run For Your Life mission you can expect 19,200 score.
At the end of this guide is a YouTube video with a visual version of this guide. Should any part of the written guide be unclear I strongly suggest you watch the video which will most likely clear up any confusion.
Recover the Evidence
At the start just follow the room until you get to a big living room. Ahead is a bathroom. Just in front of it and to the left is a door way. Go through it and take cover on the book case so that you can’t be seen from inside the room. Wait for both police officer to have turned their back on you:
Evade the Police
After you have picked up the evidence wait for a police officer to have gone past in the corridor ahead, then go down the corridor and turn right at the end of it. Ahead is a laundry area. Take cover on the wall so that you can see down the corridor towards the police officer arguing with the resident. Wait fro the police officer to have given up and gone into the corridor you just came out of:
Then go into that room and insert a tape into the tape recorder, on your way pick up a bottle from the right side of the corridor. Go back out of the room and stay behind the open door so that you can’t be seen by the police officers down the corridor who are now going into the room you just were in. Wait for all but one to have gone in, then go forwards and take cover on the right section of wall next to the doorway just behind the remaining police officer. Wait for another police officer to have gone past, then switch cover and throw the bottle at the wall to the right of the police officer: