HITMAN – The Complete First Season Out On Disk

HITMAN – The Complete First Season Out On Disk

Are you a fan of the Hitman series but can’t bring yourself to buy a digital copy of the latest title? You’re in luck! HITMAN – The Complete First Season officially released yesterday in a day one Steelbook edition on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

All the locations from Season One are here including France, Italy, Morocco, Thailand, USA, and Japan. Also included in the package are all the Escalation Contracts, Challenges, Opportunities, and Contracts that were created by the HITMAN community. You will also get the chance to eliminate future Elusive Targets, the single-attempt missions that require tactics and patience to successfully eliminate your target and escape.

“This is the culmination of quite a journey, everything we’ve learnt, refined and updated over the live season has gone into the disc release,” said Christian Elverdam, the Creative Director of Io-Interactive. “Our vision was to create this World of Assassination and refine it with the help of our players, and for anyone who wanted the game on a disc this is a highly polished, globally acclaimed game with over 100 hours of gameplay and more live content to come, so no more waiting needed.”

Just like the other games in the series, HITMAN allows you to play as Master Assassin Agent 47 as you perform contract hits on powerful, high-profile targets in exotic locations around the world. And of course, you can complete these hits in any way you see fit in the game’s large sandbox levels.

As someone that has seen plenty of this game from a distance and also prefers physical copies for my collection, I can’t wait to pick it up. For those of you that have played it however, we would love to hear your favorite locations and your best HITMAN moments. Sound off in the comments below!

Taylor is an aspiring game developer and hopes to work for one of the top developers of the day: Naughty Dog. He is also the King of Backlog and any attempt at his throne will be met with failure. He enjoys games of all kinds with the exception of fighting games. He’ll play them, but he won’t like it.

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