Just in: According to the official website of the Hitman game, Square Enix has announced the release date of the Hitman game as well as some other details of the contents which will be coming over the times.
The new Hitman game which was supposed to be released this December, will now be released on March 11th, 2016 on three major platforms, i.e., PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. According to the official press release published on the Hitman’s website, the additional contents will be coming after months and will add more missions as well as targets.
On March 11th 2016, we will release the initial launch content, which contains three locations – Paris, Sapienza and Marrakesh – featuring six campaign missions. For Contracts mode, you’ve got a combined pool of around 800 targets to craft your devious Contracts from, which means we’re expecting fantastic things.
Following March, we will release one new sandbox location per month in April, May and June. Each location will come with additional missions, signature kills and more Contracts targets – and of course new disguises, weapons and ways of taking out your target. April takes you to Thailand, May will see you visiting the United States of America and June sends you across the globe to Japan.
Moreover, the Square Enix is offering three different ways to purchase Hitman. The Intro Pack labelled as “Let me try it out” costs around $34.99. While the Upgrade Pack labelled as “I want the rest” comes with the additional content costs around $29.99. And lastly, The Full Experience labelled as “Give me everything” comes with all the contents that’s been announced and will be coming costs around $59.99 (inclusive of Beta access).