Hitman: Absolution Summary
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The episodic-style release for Hitman beginning this December isn't some Early Access program, reads a newfrom and developer . That would suggest it's "something unfinished or unpolished". Whatever they release episodically will be 'complete and polished' every time, from major new locations and missions to smaller live events with one-time assassinations. Also it's 'less episodic and more of a stream'.
Hiring an assassin has never been as cheap right now as the Hitman Collection on Steam is a whoppingfor all five of the series' major instalments which includes the most recent Hitman: Absolution and all its DLC. The first three games are just 99p right now, and the Collection includes the spin-off Hitman: Sniper Challenge where as Agent 47 we snipe targets from afar and try and get the highest scores possible.
E3 2015: IO Interactive announce Hitman, marks the "start of a new journey" for Agent 47, 'launches' December 8th [UPDATE]
UPDATE: First gameplay footage shown in new trailer. Ahead of the, developer has spilled the beans on the new Hitman game, like the fact it's just called 'Hitman'. It's not a reboot, but it is the "foundation for future" instalments. We're controlling a younger Agent 47. IO want a "pure assassin fantasy" and felt the simplicity of just calling it Hitman fit. We'll take out targets in "more detailed, more populated and much larger" areas.
Still more conference pageantry to get through withtoday holding theirs a little later at 10.00am PDT / 6.00pm GMT+1. A live stream of the conference is all ready to go. Square have some heavy hitters like the new Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, and of course the open world Just Cause 3, the silent Hitman returns, and there's always more Final Fantasy.