Hitman ‘World of Assassination’ trailer

Pre-orders include "Requiem 'Blood Money' Pack."


Square Enix and Io Interactive have released a new trailer for Hitman, introducing the game’s “world of assassination,” a world where “secret deals and bloody murder decides who holds power” and “agencies such as the ICA work in the shadows to bring balance to the power struggle.”

A beta for Hitman will launch for PlayStation 4 on February 12 and for PC on February 19. You can guarantee access to the beta by pre-ordering the Full Experience, Intro Pack or Collector’s Edition, which we previously detailed. Pre-orders for the Full Experience and Intro Pack are now live on the PlayStation Store, and the Steam page has been updated. Pre-odrers across all consoles include the “Requiem ‘Blood Money’ Pack,” which features the Requiem legacy suit, Blood Money shirt, tie and gloves, silenced ICA-19 Chrome, and white rubber duck explosive.

Hitman will launch with a prologue mission and Paris, France location on March 11. Read full details about the game’s episodic release schedule here.

Watch the “World of Assassination” trailer below.

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