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New Concept Art From Next Hitman Game, Not Appearing at E3

Posted on Wednesday, May 28 @ 13:00:00 PST by
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IO Interactive teased fans with a new piece of Hitman concept art for the next game in the franchise appearing on next-generation PlayStation and Xbox consoles, but the developer warns us not to expect anything related to the series at next month's E3 conference.

The coolest business card I've ever gotten at E3 was from one of the team members behind Hitman: Absolution. The card was made of metal and the developer told me you could break part of it off and really cut someone with it! Who would have thought those IO Interactive devs were so dangerous?

The team is currently "making great progress with building exotic and expansive locations for the new game." Of the concept art they've shared, the developers say "this location is set in Central Europe and you'll be able to explore the entire building you see in the image, inside and out. For a sense of scale, the building on its own is larger than any location in Hitman: Absolution."

IO Interactive certainly knows what its fans want to hear. For more Hitman, check out our review of Hitman GO and our review of Hitman: Absolution.
Related Games:   Hitman GO, Hitman: Absolution
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