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No Hitman at E3, IO Interactive confirms
IO Interactive has put rumours of a Hitman appearance at E3 to bed with a new blog post about the next game in the series.
Hitman: Contracts makes an appearance on Steam
Hitman: Contracts has finally – finally – appeared on Steam.
The third game in the Hitman series has been completely unavailable via digital distribution for quite some time, due to a licensing issue with one of the songs used in the game.
IO gives details on next Hitman game, actually sounds good
In an open letter to the community, IO Interactive have offered some details of the next game in the Hitman series – being developed for PC and “next-gen consoles”, which I’m guessing means “current-gen consoles”, since they’re out – and it actually sounds rather good.
Hitman: Absolution updated with platform-exclusive contracts
For absolutely (Absolution-ly?) no reason that I can tell, Hitman: Absolution has just been updated with a new contract on each system.
IO Interactive cancels all projects except Hitman, half of the staff laid off
IO Interactive is feeling the pinch of Square Enix’s new-found caution towards Western-developed titles, as it was confirmed today that the Danish developer has had to lay off half of its staff.
IO Interactive “looking at” patch for Hitman Absolution’s disguise system
A post from an IO Interactive community manager in Eidos’ Hitman: Absolution forums confirms that the developers are considering changes to the way the game handles disguises; specifically, the range at which enemies can detect Agent 47 when he’s dressed like one of them.
Hitman: Absolution trailer shows the Ultimate Assassin
It’s not long now until Agent 47 struts his stuff once again in the next Hitman game.
Latest Hitman: Absolution trailer questions your ethics
A new trailer for Hitman: Absolution, shown at the ‘Golden Joystick’ awards last night and destined for eyeballs across the land, has some questions about the ethics of your in-game actions.
Hitman: Absolution [Preview] – The glory of the kill
Playing through the opening few missions of Hitman: Absolution one thing is clear, this is a game best played by those ready and eager to celebrate the glory that comes from a precise, perfect kill.
Hitman Absolution’s fine art of murder [Video]
It’s been a trailer-filled day in the news, with offerings from SimCity, XCOM, Dishonored and Assassin’s Creed 3.
Hitman Absolution’s ‘Contracts’ mode explained in 18 minutes [Video]
‘Contracts’ mode may have seemed a little confusing when it was first announced for Hitman Absolution, and text didn’t necessarily seem to be the best way to put the concept across.
Cowboys & Aliens’ Keith Carradine revealed in new Hitman: Absolution trailer
The latest trailer for Hitman: Absolution has been released, revealing that Hollywood actor Keith Carradine is voicing the character of “villainous” Blake Dexter.
Hitman Absolution aims to be tough as nails with ‘Contracts’ mode [Interview]
It’s annoying being an assassin sometimes… I imagine. You like killing people so much that you’ve dedicated your life to it, but you can only kill who you’re told.
Hitman Absolution’s ‘Contracts’ mode changes game ‘dramatically’, is ‘ludicrously’ hard
Hitman Absolution will feature a new mode for the series entitled ‘Contracts’.
Hitman: Absolution has an intriguing ‘Contracts’ multiplayer mode
A new way of playing Hitman: Absolution was revealed today by I/O Interactive, and for the longest while I couldn’t properly figure out how it worked.
See “Streets of Hope” turn to despair in Hitman Absolution [Video]
IO Interactive has released a 17 minute narrated walkthrough of the “Streets of Hope” level from Hitman Absolution, first shown off at E3 2012.