Hitman Will Launch With 7 Missions In December, More To Be Added Later

Hitman was announced during E3 2015 by Sony and Square Enix, and the title will release in December. The game is pretty much like early access but developers don’t want us to think that way.

Instead, it is using a season system and the “Season One” of Hitman is starting in December. According to a new leak, the first season will feature seven missions.

“Expanding World of Assassination: Travel around the globe in the seven all new missions in Season One”

The image you see is from a listing of the physical copy of the game, which will release sometime in 2016. Don’t get confused, Hitman will release in December but it is digital only.

Square Enix will have to confirm this news but you can take a look at the listing, here. Hitman will cost you $60 at launch, meaning you are paying full-price for seven missions. However, there doesn’t seem to be any plans for paid DLC and developers will keep adding more content.

Earlier this month, IO Interactive stated that they will share details for Day-One content soon, so we should expect official information soon.

Hitman will release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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