The impending Hitman from IO Interactive isn;t a simple episodic game. No, it’s an entire platform.
You’ll need to have a reliable connection to opt into the Hitman Beta this weekend, but Square Enix says this is changing for release next month.
Story and beta details for the new episodic Hitman game have been unveiled. Get an early taste on February 12th on PS4 and February 19th on PC.
Seems like there’s a legitimate reasona s to why Square Enix seems so confused with what to do with all its IP, and it comes down to a question of faith in consoles.
Digital goodies, art and the most lethal necktie known to man await you in the Hitman collector’s edition.
The new Hitman that seemed like an Early Access game is now an episodic one. The developers seem as confused as I am.
With 2015’s gaming calendar now down for the count, it’s time to look ahead to the baldy future. Plenty of great games are on the horizon, one of which happens to be return of Agent 47.
Hitman is still a confusing sequel in many ways, but it’s good to see that some of the msot traditional elements from the series have managed to stay intact.
Agent 47’s iconic chromedome will be pitching up on March 11 of 2016, as IO Interactive look to add more content to a game that will rely heavily on an episodic future to sustain long-term interest.
According to Square Enix US and Europe boss Phil Rogers, there’s the hope that the new episodic approach to Hitman will lead to more imaginative and polished content on a consistent schedule.
A new Hitman game launches later this year, as Square Enix and developer IO Interactive try a different, more episodic approach to contract kills.
Forget having a sixth sense in the next Hitman game, as you’ll need to properly plan on how to murder a digital person in even colder digital blood. And for that, you’ll need to have the right tools for the job.