Hitman Episode Three: Marrakesh will be released May 31st, according to Io’s latest blog.
Great shot kid, that was one in a million.
I can pass for a level-headed assassin in Hitman most of the time, especially with a little practice. But, when the game gave me an “Elusive Target” who I could only pursue once this weekend, my Agent 47 became a murder version of the Keystone Kops.
Hitman’s Elusive Targets will be coming “at some point on Friday during European hours,” according to Io’s blog. Once they’re live, players will have 48 hours and no saves to complete these contracts.
This week IO Interactive released the second episode for their new Hitman game, full title Hitman 6: So You Want To Be A Hitman? After some costume changes and a few grisly murders, we decided to put our heads together to talk it out.
If you want immediately murder someone in the newest Hitman episode, you can do that. You can also just stand around listening to this one dude talk on his phone.
Today is the Ides of March, the day when Brutus and a bunch of other Romans stood around bragging after they stabbed Caesar to death in front of a big crowd. You know who would never do that? Agent 47.
I’ve often noticed a conflict between the way games tell me I’m a master assassin/spy/soldier and the more bumbling, experimental way that I play. One moment I’m panicking and shooting the wrong person in the face, the next I’m coolly walking away as a chandelier drops on a target behind me.
Hitman is a game about options, and luckily, the latest entry in the series seems to have plenty of them.
The folks over at Realm Pictures created quite an interesting interactive experience for Hitman, where players could control a real life Agent 47 in a huge mansion filled with human actors, items and objectives.
Hitman GO is a video game made to look like a board game. This, however, is a Hitman GO board game made to look like a video game that’s meant to look like a board game.
Hitman GO, the mobile, Hitman-themed strategy game, is coming to PC, PS4, and PS Vita next Tuesday. Launching as the “Definitive Edition,” it’ll feature full Steamworks integration on PC and cross-buy/cross-save on PS4 and Vita, with upgraded visuals and all updates from the mobile version intact.
In the Hitman beta, there’s this cook. He’s hanging out, doing his job, fixing up a nice pot of soup. Little does he know he’s also a tutorial for throwing blunt objects at people.
If you’ve pre-ordered the upcoming Hitman game, you’ll be able to play the beta soon. The beta lets players go through the game’s opening sequence, which you can play over and over. On PS4, the beta will be live from February 12 to 15 and on PC, it’ll be open on February 19, ending on February 22.
Square Enix has announced the new Hitman game is now episodic, meaning you don’t have to pay $60 upfront—you can pay in chunks. Previously, the game was going to cost $60, but there’d be new content released every so often. The first episode hits March 11.