Hitman Gameplay Footage Leaked
Ashley Allen / 1 year ago
Unofficial gameplay footage from the forthcoming Hitman game has leaked online. The game – entitled simply Hitman, despite not being a remake or reboot, according to developer IO Interactive – is the latest in the popular series about assassin Agent 47.
The leaked video – branded with the legend “UNRELEASABLE SEQUENCE May contain placeholder assets & material requiring legal clearance – shows the titular Hitman tackle a double assassination, giving us a glimpse at Agent 47’s arsenal in the game, including the classic Fiber Wire. The style and gameplay is quite reminiscent of Blood Money, which is surely a good sign:
Travis Barbour, Community Manager for IO Interactive has responded to the leak on Twitter, saying, “The game looks and plays a lot better than most of what you’re seeing out there today. Proof to come, of course.”
The game looks and plays a lot better than most of what you're seeing out there today. Proof to come, of course.
— Travis (@IO_Travis) July 13, 2015
After some confusion regarding the game’s release schedule, with rumours circulating that Hitman could be broken up into episodes, IO Interactive has confirmed that will see a single disc release “at some point in 2016” after an initial digital-only release. The final game will feature free DLC updates, plus special “live events”, with time-sensitive missions appearing as temporary contracts to fulfil.
Hitman will see its initial digital-only release for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on 8th December.
Thank you Gamespot for providing us with this information.