Hitman Wiki
Advertisement
Disambig.png This article is about the pistol featured in the World of Assassination trilogy. For the Silverballer as it appeared in earlier Hitman games, see AMT 1911 'Hardballer'.


The ICA19 Silverballer is a handgun featured in every HITMAN™ game. It is a silver-finished variant of the ICA19, and is based upon Agent 47's signature weapon as it appeared in Hitman: Absolution and prior entries in the series.


Description

"A tactical pistol. Custom slide. A low rate of fire with high damage."
― In-game Description


Acquisition


Perks

Icon-Suppresor.png
Suppressor Quiet, reduced range.
Icon-Steady Aim.png
Steady Aim Improved accuracy while aiming.

Description

"A tactical pistol. Custom slide. A low rate of fire with high damage."
― In-game Description


Acquisition


Perks

Icon-Suppresor.png
Suppressor Quiet, reduced range.
Icon-Steady Aim.png
Steady Aim Improved accuracy while aiming.

Description

"A tactical pistol. Custom slide. A low rate of fire with high damage."
― In-game Description


Acquisition


Perks

Icon-Suppresor.png
Suppressor Quiet, reduced range.
Icon-Steady Aim.png
Steady Aim Improved accuracy while aiming.


Variants

Trivia

  • Shots from the Silverballer will be heard by NPCs that are within 7 meters.[1]
  • The Silverballer is a visually and functionally distinct variant of the standard ICA19, though the pistols share many similarities. Visually the main distinctions are the Silverballer's eponymous silver polished frame and slide, along with its wooden grips and plastic grip cover.
  • In terms of performance, both the Silverballer and ICA19 feature a suppressor, but the Silverballer has the Steady Aim ability that allows for more accurate shots while aiming. It has the highest accuracy & range of all the pistols, though it is not as silent as the Krugermeier 2-2.[1]
  • In HITMAN™ the pistol was named the ICA Silverballer. It was later renamed the ICA19 Silverballer in HITMAN™ 2 in order to match the naming convention of the ICA19 family of pistols.
  • Update 2.12 for HITMAN™ 2 changed the weapon's inventory icon, and also removed the Steady Aim trait from the weapon. The trait removal was confirmed by IOI as a known issue in the patch notes for Update 2.13.[2]
    • Update 2.14 then changed the weapon's inventory icon again, and reversed the Steady Aim trait removal.[3]

Gallery

References

Advertisement