Io-Interactive and Square Enix’s much awaited action-adventure stealth video game Hitman, has finally make its way onto digital stores worldwide. Giving players access to the first episode, in this episodic affair, including the Prologue and Paris map.
Yesterday, Square Enix confirmed that physical retail version of the game, which was originally planned for a late 2016 release for PS4, Xbox One and PC, won’t turn out until January 2017.
“This year is all about delivering the best episodic experience for Hitman and that takes us to Autumn/Fall,” a representative from Square Enix told Polygon. “Releasing the disc version in January just makes sure we have enough time after the season concludes to dedicate to getting the best disc version of the game out.”
On the off chance that you would prefer not to sit tight for the physical release, which include the complete version of the game containing six playable locations in all, you can buy the full game upfront digitally at a cost of $60[approx 4024 INR].
But if you don’t want to buy the game completely, you can download the Intro Pack, which incorporates the prologue and Paris location, for $15[approx 1005 INR]. Additional locations will hit in the coming months for $10[approx 670 INR] each.
As talk of the game, some recognizable elements from previous entries in the series, like Blood Money and Absolution, has returned. And at the time of the launch, some early reviews were started popping out on the internet, which recommended or suggest only one thing – this Hitman reboot is worth playing.
In case you’ve alternate point of view and think this ‘Hitman’ isn’t convincing to you; let us know in the comments below, as why do you suspect as much – and we’d like to listen your musings on it.