Square Enix and IO Interactive have announced that Hitman’s full season will be available at retail on January 31st of next year.
The physical edition of the game, called Hitman: The Complete Season, will be available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and will cost $59.99 / £49.99 / €59.99 on consoles, while the PC version will run you $49.99 / £39.99 / €49.99. The disc will come with all five of Hitman’s locations (Prologue, Paris, Sapienza, Marrakesh, and Bangkook), as well as all challenges, opportunities, Escalataion Contracts, and community created Contracts.
European fans will be able to buy a Day One Edition of Hitman (as of this writing there is no word on other territories), which will feature a Steelbook case and the following contents:
- 3 Bonus Missions Pack – Includes “The Icon” and “A House Built on Sand” missions, plus the brand new upcoming “Landslide” mission.
- Original Soundtrack – Featuring the original game score.
- The ‘Making of’ Hitman Documentary – Charting the journey from showing the game to our fans for the first time before E3 2015, through to the digital launch in 2016.
- Hitman Requiem Blood Money Pack – Includes the signature Blood Money white suit, white rubber duck and chrome ICA pistol.
- The PlayStation 4 version includes the 6 additional exclusive The Sarajevo Six missions
“The disc combines everything we have learned, refined and updated over the course of a 10 month live season. It’s the direct result of live input, development and feedback from our players,” says Io-Interactive’s Hannes Seifert. “Especially for our fans who want to own the game in a box, we’ve made it a high quality SteelBook box. We also added loads of additional downloadable bonus content to release on the 31st of January for everyone getting this beautiful edition of the game on a disc and everybody owning the digital Full Experience or upgraded versions of the game.”
Hitman began rolling out in an episodic format earlier this year, with each periodic update bringing a new location and new objectives for players to complete.
For more on the series, check out CGM’s review of episode one.