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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Hitman Absolution New Gamplay with Commentary

Today our dear Playstation Blog hit us with something gamers have been waiting for for a looooong time!
New Hitman stuff, for free to watch with exclusive commentary from the developers, so dive in the thoughts of the minds behind Hitman (IO Interactive) and see how it turned out!
16 minutes of stealthy assassination gameplay for you this time with developer assistance:

"Run For Your Life" That's the title for the mission and you might have already enjoyed it prior in October.

Waiting for 47's absolution to be released?
  • The game will be released around 2012.
  • Hitman Absolution is going to be set in the United States only, with one portion taking place in Chicago.
  • The main antagonist is revealed to be Blake Dexter, a new character to the series and he will be voiced by Keith Carradine.
  • H:A will feature an online or possibly multiplayer option unlike previous titles
  • David Bateson will not be voicing Agent 47. There is currently an online petition to bring back David Bateson as the voice of 47.
  • Vivienne McKee, who has always voiced 47′s handler, Diana, has been replaced by Marsha Thomason.
  • Agent 47's handler, Diana Burnwood, has a "close relationship" with 47 in Absolution.
  • A new mode, called "Instinct", works much like the detective mode in Batman: Arkham Asylum/Batman: Arkham City. And the Map screen is replaced by the aforementioned "Instinct" mode.
  • Players will be able to set up elaborate traps.
  • Players will no longer be able to manually save the game. (Will definitely make it harder)
  • A so called "tag and kill" mechanism will be available during Instinct mode that is similar to the one in Red Dead Redemption.
  • The new Hitman will feature some scripted action sequences and smaller sandbox levels that are divided by checkpoints.
  • The original soundtrack for the game is composed by Peter Kyed and Peter Peter, replacing the game's previous composer, Jesper Kyd.

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