Hitman GO is coming to Steam and older Windows PCs on Feb. 23

If you have been hoping to play the acclaimed mobile game Hitman GO on a bigger screen, and on an older Windows PC, then make a note of Feb. 23 on your calendar. That's when Square Enix will release the game via Steam, for the price of $7.99.

The game, which combines real-time strategy and puzzle gameplay elements, was first released in 2014 for iOS and Android. In 2015 Square Enix released Hitman GO for Windows Phone and Windows 8.1. Its release on Steam means it can be played on older PCs (running all the way back to Windows 7) for the first time. Square Enix says:

"It's basically the good old Hitman GO you loved on mobile, with updated visuals and all the great content we added on to it including my personal favorites, the Paris Opera from Blood Money, and the St. Petersburg Stakeout mission from Hitman 2: Silent Assassin.

The Steam version will include support for Steam achievements, trading cards, emojis, wallpaper and, cloud saves. The game will also be released on that date for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita consoles. So far, there's no word if Hitman GO will also make an appearance for the Xbox One.

Source: Square Enix

John Callaham