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The latest title in the Hitman series of games is now available for you to download from the Xbox One Store. You play the role of Agent 47, the world's most effective assassin. This release of Hitman will be episodic with this initial listing only containing the prologue and Paris Sanguine Fashion Show missions.
Square Enix will release its acclaimed mobile game Hitman GO for traditional Windows PCs, via Steam, on Feb. 23 for $7.99. The turn-based strategy game will also be released on that date for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita consoles.
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Developer Io Interactive and publisher Square Enix have restructured their launch plans again for the reboot of the Hitman game franchise. It will now be released as an episodic game again, starting with a prologue mission and one location in Paris in March, with monthly updates planned for later in 2016
Fans of the Hitman series will rejoice at the latest release, Hitman GO, now available for a universal purchase for Windows Phone and Windows 8.1. The turn-based strategy game was released by Square Enix in April 2014 for iOS and later in June for Android. Coming nearly one-year later, those on Microsoft's platforms can enjoy the game on the small or big screen. Hitman GO veers from...