The Hitman World of Assassination trilogy is home to some of the best sandbox levels of recent memory, and we rank 15 of the best levels in the series.
With the Hitman franchise going on a hiatus, IO Interactive has opened up a bit about how Project 007 came about.
IO Interactive Istanbul is the company's fourth studio, joining previously-established teams in Copenhagen, Malmo, and Barcelona.
The developer is currently busy with Project 007, but will "come back to beloved Agent 47" at some point in the future.
Developed for consoles and PC, the online fantasy RPG is a new IP "built from the core to entertain players and expand for many years to come."
Rogue-lite mode Hitman Freelancer is also out now and sees Agent 47 completing missions and taking down Syndicate bosses.
IO Interactive expects fiscal year 2023 revenue of $65.5-$72.8 million, though a drop in 2024 and 2025 is expected due to a lack of releases.
The rogue-lite mode launches on January 26th for free and has Agent 47 taking down Syndicate members for a Showdown with the boss.
It includes the base game and Hitman 1 and 2 (which will no longer be on sale). Current owners will get the upgrade for free.
The studio is rumoured to be working on a multiplayer fantasy RPG exclusively for Xbox, while Project 007 is also currently in development.
Learn more about the rogue-lite mode, the various targets that you need to take down, how to customize the Safehouse, and much more.
"We’ve decided to push beyond our original scope for launch and include almost all locations from the World of Assassination from day one," IO Interactive says.
The Danish developer's next two major projects are currently in development, but aren't expected to launch in the next few years.
Agent 47 lands on a tropical island in a hidden cove in the Andaman Sea, occupied by a dangerous pirate syndicate.
Ambrose Island is a tropical island in a hidden cove, and home to a dangerous pirate syndicate operating in the Andaman Sea.
IO Interactive has revealed details on all the stuff coming to Hitman 3 in June 2022, including new Elusive Targets, featured contracts, and more.
IO Interactive announces that it will be pushing back the Freelance Mode to second half 2022, and bringing the new map release forward to July 2022.
Hitman 3's March 2022 roadmap reveals a fruitful month ahead with new Elusive Targets, changes to Arcade Contracts, and more.
Standard Edition owners have been upgraded to the Deluxe Edition while Deluxe Edition and Hitman Trilogy owners get the Seven Deadly Sins Collection free.
A new replayable, roguelike mode where players will encounter new NPC types, hidden stashes and much more is coming this Spring.