IO Interactive also share some information about the various editions of the game that will be available.
Unlike Hitman, Hitman 2 won’t be episodic. Instead, it will have all the content available in it from the get go, presumably thanks to Warner Bros. being more willing to front the cost of the game’s distribution right upfront than Square Enix was back in 2016. It will still have live service elements, such as Elusive Targets, and the like—but you get the bulk of the content in the game from the get go.
And today, via an infographic shared, IO Interactive revealed just how much content that will be. It definitely seems like a lot: 400 challenges, over 100 hours of gameplay (or so IO claims), six sandbox locations, over 180 objects, over a dozen suits, over a hundred disguises, and over 60 weapons. You can check out the full infographic below.
We also got an infographic shared about the various editions of the game that will be available at launch, and the kinds of perks, such as early game access, that you can expect with them. You can check out both infographics below. Hitman 2 launches for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 13. If you’re interested in the kind of post launch content it will have, don’t forget, it will give you the chance to kill off Sean Bean (again) as its first Elusive Target.