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It's unclear what the announcement of the "next Hitman game" means for the 2016 reboot, Hitman. IO stated last year that the episodic game was simply Season 1 of a three season plan (and it refers to "Season 1" again in this blog post); it also released a physical version of the game called Hitman: The Complete First Season at the start of this year. Although the new Game of the Year Edition includes some new content, it is not a full second or third season and there is no news on whether those are still coming. GameSpot has contacted IO for comment.

HITMAN Game of The Year Edition

The 2016 reboot was released onto the storefront, under its Game of the Year edition moniker. Upon release however, Hitman was immediately review bombed on the storefront due to the title's usage of DRM. This main concern was raised due to the always online connection requirement, even if a fan is playing the game offline in single-player mode. The other concern is due to's "DRM-free" stance, which has been broken by Hitman. Even with a 70% discount on the game when it released, this wasn't enough to quell the frustrations players had. This backlash was so intense and venomous that it forced the removal of the game from the GOG store.

In a post on the GOG forums (via Kotaku), Community Manager Gabriela Siemienkowicz announced the removal of Hitman - Game of The Year edition from the platform along with a follow-up on the situation. The update apologizes for the situation and remarks that the backlash was warranted. Upon further investigation, the title was removed from the GOG catalog due to not being DRM-free suitable. The update also mentions that the storefront is continuing to communicate with IO Interactive on how to proceed further, possibly hinting that the title could return in the future. GOG thanked users for feedback over the game's release and received a generally positive community response, although some users still showed anger that GOG originally accused them of review bombing the game, even though the storefront had initially claimed that the title was DRM-free and required no activation or online connection to play.

While the game was still being published by Square Enix, a first collection, HITMAN: Game of the Year edition was released in November 2017. With Warner Bros. Interactive now at the helm on the publishing side, we now have second Game of the Year collection, this time called HITMAN: Definitive Edition. This second Game of the Year style package contains the following content:

This edition of the game, due on November 7, will introduce a new four mission campaign, three new escalation contracts, three new weapons, three new outfits (including the clown from Blood Money), and 40 challenges specific to the new campaign. These new missions will not take you to new levels, but will instead significantly rework existing levels, following a singular plotline about the release of a pandemic than 47 must halt.

Last year's episodic Hitman game was a polarizing chapter in the long-running series. While some players (including our own reviewer, Jeff Marchiafava) were underwhelmed by the experience, others put it on the top of their year-end lists. Leo Vader is among the latter crowd, and he, Fava, and I gathered together to check out a new mission from the Hitman: Game of the Year Edition's Patient Zero campaign.

The Xbox One X enhanced version of the Game of the Year edition of Hitman is stellar. Different modes allow players to choose whether they prefer high-quality graphics or fast frame rates, and the game on the One X is superior to all other console versions no matter which mode is chosen.

Wonderful murder simulator Hitman today launched its 'Game of the Year' edition, bundling the game's original episodes together with new outfits, weapons, and contracts plus a new bonus campaign. These new bits will be sold separately for people who already own the original game. For all hitmen, whether they get this new package or not, developers IO Interactive have updated the base game with fancy newness including a redesigned UI and improvements to the lighting in levels. Oh and, for hitmen who missed them the first time, the one-off Elusive Contracts will return.

IO Interactive has yet to name a new publisher for Hitman after Square Enix consciously uncoupled from the studio earlier this year. Will there be a season two? Perhaps it depends on Game of the Year edition sales.

Just when you thought Agent 47 was ready for a vacation, Hitman (opens in new tab): Game of the Year edition comes along with new missions and a clown suit. Developer IO Interactive announced the updated re-release for its episodic assassination game on its official website (opens in new tab), coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One digitally on November 7, 2017. No physical release is planned, though you could always pick up a copy of Hitman: The Complete First Season and buy the GOTY upgrade separately (more on that in a bit).

When developer IO Interactive separated from publisher Square Enix, it got to keep the popular Hitman franchise, giving the now-independent studio control over the 2016 stealth shooter game it developed. Back in June, the company released the first episode of Hitman for free to attract new customers, and now it's putting out a "Game of the Year" version of the game for PS4, Xbox One and PC on November 7th. The new edition will include the entire first season, a brand new 'Patient Zero' campaign, new Escalation Contracts, new weapons, new suits, new challenges and improved graphic and lighting effects.

IO Interactive's first new content release for Hitman since it went independent will contain all seven locations and more than 100 hours of gameplay, including all of the original Challenge Packs, Escalation & Featured Contracts and more than 700 challenges. The "Patient Zero" campaign is entirely new, too. It's got four missions to play through across various in-game locations as Agent 47 has to stop a global pandemic from being unleashed on an unsuspecting planet. The new edition also includes three weapon/suit combinations, the Clown suit and the "New Bat," the Raven suit and sniper rifle "Sieger 300 Ghost," and a Cowboy suit with magnum pistol "The Striker." If that's not enough, you'll get new themed Escalation Contracts that bring new complications based on the suit you're sporting.

This is such fantastic news. These games had so many various editions and bundle it was actually ridiculous. So making it this simple is a brilliant call. Other devs/publisher should take note of this.

That's great news. Makes things much more simpler, as it's always been a bit of a mess in terms of different games and editions. Plus those with only the third game are now getting a lot of new content to play.

Bought hitman goty edition & got hitman 2 free with ps plus haven't bought hitman 3 because it's not been cheap enough for me to be tempted & I've been anticipating it being a ps plus game eventually since the first 2 already have been wish I could play the hitman 1 & 2 levels in vr though without needing to buy 3 , does this mean the expansion pass for 2 will be free ? I don't have that

@WallyWest Why? i buy all hitman games day one. I think it's great games to play and I'm glad I can support the developer with that. Most people who have Hitman 3 already have parts 1 and 2. No one will mind that parts 1 and 2 are added now. Unless you're really stingy by nature, of course.

@MaccaMUFC annoyingly, the trilogy bundle only includes all of the base games, not the DLC content. Which makes it by far the most inconvenient way to buy the games if you're remotely interested in the DLC, because DLC never seems to get the price cuts you might think it would (prime example is The Witcher 3. Before the PS5 version came out, it was 7 for the GOTY edition, 5 for the base game. But the DLCs were both reduced to about 3/5 ish as well, so if you already own the base game you would have to spend about as much to get all the DLC as you would buying the GOTY edition in the first place)

HITMAN - Game of the Year Edition (Available 7 November)The recent Hitman game has had a bit of a rough year. Though it continued to receive content updates and was praised by players, publisher Square Enix ultimately decided to break away from developer IO Interactive, leaving the fate of the game in jeopardy. But after IO purchased the rights to the series and began operating independently, Hitman has been able to thrive once again, and the new Game of the Year Edition is the perfect way for newcomers to start playing.

PlayStation is already back with another big mid-year sale following Days of Play, with many of the same titles at significant discounts. If you missed the last one, now is your chance for redemption (and your chance to save over 70% on critically-acclaimed games).

When former Epic Games Store exclusive games launch on Steam, it is customary for developers to launch their games on the platform with a discount. This takes away the annoyance of paying full price for a game 6-months or a year post-launch. This is especially true for games that have already been heavily discounted on the Epic Games Store. 041b061a72


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