Friday, January 4, 2019

Hitman HD Enhanced Collection Coming to Consoles

Agent 47 is returning once again as Hitman: Absolution and Hitman: Blood Money remaster are launching next week.

Developer IO Interactive and publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment launched the latest entry in the Hitman stealth action-adventure video game series, Hitman 2 on November 2018 and now they are going to bring two more titles back for modern consoles.

Apparently, Hitman: Absolution and Hitman: Blood Money is getting remastered to see release for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 11, 2019. Titled "Hitman HD Enhanced Collection", this bundle of two will be available on digital purchase for $59.99 only.

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Hitman HD Enhanced Collection Coming to Consoles

RELATED: Hitman 2 Out Now

In a recent post on Twitter, the official account for Hitman game has revealed the great news for the fans of the franchise and Agent 47.



RELATED: Hitman 2 Live-Action Launch Trailer

Both of these classic games are coming with 4K visual improvements at 60 frames per second but most probably you will need a PS4 Pro or Xbox One X to enjoy that. Texture resolution is improved and texture format gets upgraded while super-sampling is added.

Improved lighting and updated controls are there to help the silent assassin with clarity towards his objective at hand. Other features include heightened shadow map and mirror resolutions to enhance the overall gameplay experience for seasoned veterans and new players.

RELATED: Hitman 2 Ghost Mode Gameplay Reveal

When these two titles were submitted to Pan European Game Information board to get content ratings on September 2018, there were rumors and speculation that we are getting a re-release of some sorts, which turned out to be true after all.

Considering how the latest release of IO Interactive was received by fans, launching remastered version of Absolution and Blood Money for consoles is quite a smart move. However, the developer hasn't revealed any plans to release a PC version yet.