Hitman 3 Case File Location - Death in the Family

Death in the Family is one of the missions in Hitman 3. It takes place in Dartmoor, the Victorian mansion in the southwest of England. One of the objectives in it is to get your hands on certain case files, which can be completed in several ways. This guide will show you Hitman 3 case file location in Dartmoor, how to get it without solving the murder mystery.

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Hitman 3 Case File Location – Death in the Family

Where to find case file in Dartmoor?

The case file is hidden in a safe in Alexa Carlisle’s office on the second floor. The intended way is to solve the murder mystery, then ask Madam Carlisle to give you the case file as a reward. It’s a fun diversion, especially on your first playthrough, but you won’t be interested in doing it every time. Thankfully, there’s a way to get it yourself.

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Enter the mansion and look for a lone bodyguard – you need his suit. Once you’re disguised, head up to the second floor. Go to Alexa’s office and approach the desk. If you look at the chair, you’ll see a button embedded in one of the hand rests. Push it, and the doberman picture on the nearby wall will slide away, revealing a safe.

When you approach the safe, you’ll find four symbols above it – a clock, a telescope, a fire and a moose head. If you look around the manor for these objects, you’ll find a number inscribed near each. Enter these numbers in the correct order and the safe will open.

Thankfully, the safe combination isn’t randomized, so it’ll be the same for everyone – 1975. Just enter the numbers and the safe will open, allowing you to grab the files you needed.

Once you’ve got the files, you’ll also need to deal with Alexa before the mission is over, then look for a way out. There are a bunch of ways to do this, as usual, so take your pick.

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