IO Interactive, a Square Enix studio, has announced a brand new way to buy Hitman. Read on for more info, including when you can purchase it.
Although initially thrilled by the gestalt of Sony’s surprise tactics and sultry surfaces, the laughing specters of Microsoft and some lingering doubts demurred my once gleeful countenance to something more ambivalent. While titles like The Last Guardian (Team Ico), and Final Fantasy 7 (Square Enix) first seem like the epitomization of a Sony E3 Press Conference, the actuality is that only one of those will become a Playstation exclusive (FF7 ends with the disclaimed have it “first” on PS4). And yes, there are also some promising third party teases like Guerrilla Games’s Horizon: Zero Dawn, No Mans Sky, and Media Molecule’s Dreams, but those are still so far, and 2015 continues to look barren for the system whose 2014 press conference ostensibly emphasized games over all else.
Fox is looking to give the video game movie genre another try with a franchise that didn't work out so well for them the first time: Hitman. The studios are going to be giving the film the reboot treatment and have Paul Walker (Fast and Furious films) set to star as Agent 47.