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IO Interactive and Square Enix released a new trailer for the upcoming beta of the Hitman reboot. The beta is only going to be made available on PS4 and PC, with the PS4 version starting on February 12th at the end of this week and the PC version going live on February 19th.
Square Enix and IO Interactive have finally detailed how Hitman will be priced for its March 11 release on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The game will release in episodes throughout 2016, starting with the Paris mission, which will be available for $15 for home consoles and PC.
Following up on the reveal of Hitman at this year's E3 event, IO Interactive released a new playthrough of the game featuring 15 full minutes of gameplay. There are a lot of details rolled out in the video and it helps give gamers an idea of what to expect from the title.
The latest iteration of Hitman will be released this December, but only a small portion of it at once. According to an interview with IO studio head Hannes Seifert with Videogamer, this doesn't mean the game is going to use a model similar to that of Steam's Early Access.
Square Enix is breaking from tradition with the latest Hitman. They've decided to release the PS4/Xbox One/PC game to the public in stages rather than all at once.
A couple of new short clips have surfaced from the closed alpha of the upcoming Hitman game due out for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One this holiday season. We get to see just how big the Parisian mansion level is, we get to see how many NPCs are flooding the area and we get to see some of the tools of the trade that Agent 47 can employ.
The Hitman franchise from IO Interactive and currently under the publishing license of Square Enix is discounted right now on Steam for up to 80% off the normal asking price. You can get all of the available Hitman games digitally for only $7.99.
One of the games that IO Interactive and Square Enix showed off to the world during Square Enix's E3 press conference was the new and improved Hitman. The game also made a brief presence during Sony's E3 conference for the PS4.
Square Enix Montreal is no longer working on their next-gen and current-gen Hitman game. LinkedIn profiles of the former development team reveal that the assassination game was scuttled sometime in 2013.
It's yet another week that could be hard on the wallet of folks who like to buy their games digital as the PlayStation Network gears up to receive a whole slew of titles both new and old, including Bayonetta, a trio of Hitman games and the PlayStation 2 classic, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
If you're a fan of Jesper Kyd and you're a fan of Hitman there's some bad news in store for you: The famed composer won't be lending his talents to the upcoming game from IO Interactive and Square Enix. Why? Well, basically the same reason David Bateson, Agent 47's voice, wasn't originally part of the game either, IO just didn't reach out with open arms.
One of the things that irked me a bit during the demos of Hitman: Asbolution was the change in the voice actor for agent 47. The new guy sounded younger, hipper and mostly less threatening. It reminded me of how Ubisoft is trying to youthinize Sam Fisher for the Splinter Cell games. Well, on the upside, IO apparently worked out some kind of deal because Bateson is back.
Square Enix is expanding their presence in the city of Montreal. They plan to expand the Eidos Montreal studio and also open a second studio, dubbed Square Enix Montreal, next year.
A re-released version of the near 17 minute Hitman: Absolution trailer has appeared online, with IO Interactive's gameplay and game directors giving commentary and insight for the gameplay walkthrough video, as well as giving hints about key gameplay features.
IO Interactive released the complete 16 minute gameplay walkthrough trailer for Hitman: Absolution. The new gameplay footage showcases a lot of Agent 47ís new abilities as well as a few striking changes made to the character.