Square Enix have announce their new, persistent world, Hitman. The game will change and evolve through player interaction. See the new reveal announcement and trailer below.
The visuals looks amazing. 47 is back and he is gonna kick @ss.
Yeh looks good and I like the idea of a sandbox mode. But will everyone be Agent 47 is what I want to know?
I cant say, maybe they will go MGSV where everyone will be/can be Big Boss in the Motherbase invasion gameplay.
Yeah it really looks good. I want to see what the custom contracts stuff turns out to be like. Agent 47 looks a bit less manly though no?
Lol, he looks fine. Maybe looks abit younger than how he was in Absolution. And i am not playing this game to look at 47. I am here for his badass skills in eliminating the targets.
I really like the idea of an open-world/sandbox Hitman game. Really looking forward to it end of this year :D. And also from what they said in the conference, it is the first game in the following series. Awesome :D
* K but where the heck is Dragon Quest 7,8&11 ?
I am sad that FFXII Remaster didnt appear.
47 took care of them... personally.
Agreed, love the look, love the series......can't wait.
so this is the second trailer.
the "some characters are more observant" looks like they did the whole "Dont get too close to npcs" again, and this time there is no instinct. as comical as that was.
Is this online only or what? I still don't get it.
It shouldn't be. Why did you get that impression?
It sounds like it has an MMO vibe to it, which makes me worry how much we're going to get for the $60 investment. Hitman Blood Money is one of my favourite games of all time, and while the gameplay of this new game looks insane, I worry about the persistent content approach, because publishers don't have our trust for that even though this sounds like a really cool idea. Here is a link that explains the nature of the game better: http://stevivor.com/2015/06... Even so, I still want to get a clearer picture of what it's about.
Yup, I feel like the details of this game are still limited. I adore Blood Money. It is a great game. Absolution, however, feels like a clone of Splinter Cell, though it is good. Thanks for link above, anyway.
what about the game makes any of you think there is any online at all. its a montage of him running and performing different types of kills
He back... #47Back
I still don't know what this game actually is, is it single player with replays just like the last games or is it a new online fangled univers-y online thingy?????
Is it open world? Contracts sounds same form the last hitman.
This is getting really frustrating. So it's a 40e game that will have a DLC fest through 2016? How fucking hard is it make a good Hitman game when you perfected the hitman formula when Blood Money came out. Give us 15 hitman mission, with interesting targets and settings that are unique from each other. We don't need personal story with Agent 47. I mean he is a bald white guy with black suit and red tie without any personality. The stories and characters should come from each individual mission.
a story could have been good, but when absolution came out it was pretty clear the team at IO is not good at crafting an original story or personality for this guy, i was excited to hear in absolution there was going to be a natural progression form one mission to the next, but they "Executed" that idea really poorly.
Yeah i think it's hard to make a good story about Agent 47 without stepping Hitman formulas toes. Absolution was almost as good as the old ones, but only the missions that followed old style. Then when more linear story missions stepped in it was not as good. Hitman is a series that should always be about gameplay/level desing over overall story that they tried with Absolution. It should be mini stories but not about Agent 47 but about targets, like the old ones.
Digital only launch really bums me out. That pretty much guarantees it isn't the Hitman game I've been waiting for =(
free dlc, pretty much confirms they are not as stupid Warner bros, and the epic fail of arkham knight's terrible marketing
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