The Director of IO Interactive fails to use a microphone correctly, and when he manages to share a mic, he talks about how Hitman is taking new and bold steps to be be innovative to give new life to long running franchise.
Live events are going to be a key feature where gamers are able to participate in live events that are essentially updated content straight into the game, so that gamers are able to participate in new contracts at will.
Hitman is slated to be the “ultimate assassination experience”. There are open ended ways of completing missions and taking out targets, and the community will be able to create their own contract missions for people to play.
I’m hoping that Hitman will live up to the franchise’s legacy and will be a good addition to the series, considering the scope of the game, if pulled off correctly, this should be the best Hitman game to date.
I just hope that I don’t suck as this one as much as the previous games, since I’ve never really been so good at all the sneaking around, I much prefer to gun my enemies down, but with this game, I have that option. The possibilities are endless.
Hitman will be released on December 18th 2015.
Ryan Griffiths is a British gamer, known as a bit of a lone wolf. Retro games are his passion, with newer releases not living up to his expectations. Of course there are exceptions to the rule when it comes to Dynasty Warriors & Total War games.