To complete the Mission Story at Dartmoor level you need to find all the clues and one particular place of interest is the estate butler – Mr. Fernsby’s office. While a lot of rooms inside the house can be accessed in numerous ways, Mr. Fernsby’s office can only be broken into with a crowbar. Read on to find how to get inside Mr. Fernsby’s office in Hitman 3.
Dartmoor murder mystery is part of the Mission Story called Means, Motive and Opportunity. Agent 47 has to disguise himself as a Private Investigator hired by Alexa Carlisle to investigate Zachary’s death.
How to Get Inside Mr. Fernsby’s Office in Hitman 3
Read on for the step on step guide:
At the start of the mission, you will need to follow Mr. Fernsby (the estate butler) as he guides you to Zachary’s bedroom. After finding clues there you need to go to Emma and Gregory’s Room for clues and then to Rebecca’s room. Next, you need to head to Mr. Fernsby’s office located on the ground floor of the building.
- To get inside the room you need to first locate a crowbar.
- Go behind the house near the Greenhouse.
- At the spot, you will find some gardeners sharing dialogues. Scan around that area and you will find a crowbar lying on top of a crate.
- Pick up the crowbar and go towards Mr. Fernsby’s office.
- You can now break the door to the office using the crowbar. (Since breaking and entering is an illegal activity, the guards might attack you if you get caught in the act so don’t draw any suspicion).
- Inside the office, you will find 3 clues which will be helpful for Dartmoor estate murder mystery: Mr. Fernsby’s list on his desk, Zachary’s half-burnt Diary in the fireplace, and Lethal Poison Pill Jar on the windowsill.
- You should also grab the Mansion Master Key from the office before leaving – although you will not need it immediately it’s helpful as it opens any door in Dartmoor estate.
And that is how easily you can get access to Mr. Fernsby’s office. Most missions in Hitman 3 are usually straightforward, asking players to apply some creative thinking every now and then.