Hitman: Episode 1 – Paris launches tomorrow, March 11, on PS4, PC, and Xbox One. Some gamers like to play the waiting game and purchase episodic titles all-in-one as a disc. Unfortunately, the waiting will take a little longer as Hitman’s disc release has been pushed from late 2016 to January 2017.
Episode 2 – Sapienza, launches in April; Episode 3 – Marrakesh, arrives in May. Other mission locales Thailand, the United States, and Japan — release dates for these missions are to be revealed at a later date.
The digital content is divided as such: the Intro Pack, which includes two small Prologue locations and the Paris mission, will cost $15; all subsequent locations will be priced at $10. If you purchase the Intro Pack, it can be upgraded to the full game with the Upgrade Pack for $50. Or the game in its entirety can be purchased for $60.
There is currently no reason given by IO-Interactive or Square Enix in regards to why the release has been delayed. When more information is known, this article will be updated.
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