If you're hoping Agent 47 will make an appearance at E3 2014, you're going to be disappointed. IO Interactive confirmed today that Hitman 6 for PS4, Xbox One and PC won't be appearing at the convention.
Square Enix has at long last released the 2004 game Hitman Contracts on Steam. Unfortunately, the Steam release isn't a perfect translation of the original retail version.
Square Enix Montreal is no longer working on a next-gen Hitman game but series creator IO Interactive still is. Today they revealed the first details on the sixth Hitman, in development for PC and next-gen consoles.
IO Interactive announced that they're creating remakes of Hitman 2: Silent Assassin, Hitman: Contracts and Hitman: Blood Money. These high-def remakes will be bundled together in a single package called the Hitman HD Trilogy.
Hey! You got your Deus Ex in my Hitman! IO Interactie A/S and Eidos Montreal have announced that, starting this week, players of Hitman: Absolution will be able to download a special pair of Deus Ex: Human Revolution DLC bonuses to help Agent 47 take dudes out in style. Actually, this might be a case of two great tastes that taste even better when combined.
The first images from the sixth Hitman game hit the Internet today. The concept art, first shown at the Montreal International Game Summit, suggest that Agent 47 might not be the star of this game.
If you want to play the new Contracts Mode introduced in Hitman: Absolution, you won't need a new copy of the game. Publisher Square Enix has decided against using an Online Pass.
A Chinatown crime boss was killed by an explosive planted in his car. Days later, twenty people were gunned down in cold blood in a gun store outside Hope, South Dakota. The same day, a local gang member died in a freak barbecue accident. These were very different deaths but all had the same culprit: me.
Square Enix sent out the final trailer for Hitman: Absolution this weekend. The montage supplies some story details on the game and summarizes some of the critical praise lavished upon it.
Square Enix released the last of their introductory trailers for Hitman: Absolution. This video doesn't focus on any specific feature of the game. Instead, it's a collection of gameplay footage showing why Agent 47 is the best assassin-for-hire in the world.
The newest trailer for Hitman: Absolution isn't about Agent 47 at all. Instead, it focuses on all of the other characters in the world and how they can make Agent 47's missions easier or harder.
Square Enix has sent out a new set of stills from Hitman: Absolution. This particular batch of screens shows off two important features of the assassination game: disguises and Instinct Mode.
At the Golden Joystick Awards, Square Enix showed off a new trailer for Hitman: Absolution trailer. In addition to being an overall entertaining bit of video, it hints at the game's storyline.
The first two reviews for Hitman: Absolution have been published. The UK editions of Official PlayStation Magazine and Official Xbox Magazine both have high praise for the return of Agent 47.
The latest trailer for Hitman: Absolution is a bit less violent than previous videos. It focuses on Agent 47's use of disguises throughout his various assassination missions. Disguises are a key part of the game and mastering them is essentially to mastering the game.