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Hitman to be fully launched by the end of summer

Hitman’s first episode launched last week, and today it has been revealed that the aim is to have all seven episodes launched digitally by the end of the summer.

The official Hitman Twitter account confirmed the release plans in response to fan questions:


The physical release for Hitman has been delayed until 2017, so fans of the game will be pleased to hear it won’t be as long a wait for the rest of the episodes to arrive on digital storefronts.

See also: Upcoming Xbox One Games

With the plan to release the next six episodes by the end of summer, we should be on track to get new content on average once-per-month, which will be a nice drip-feed of new locations for Agent 47 to wreak havoc.

For those currently sneaking through the streets of Paris completing contracts, TrustedReviews has put together a series of beginner’s tips to help improve your killing game.


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