A ‘Hitman’ series is coming to Hulu from the creator of ‘John Wick’

Past attempts at Hitman movies haven't fared so well, but Hulu is betting that it can do justice to the assassination game franchise through an online series. Deadline has learned that Hulu is partnering with Fox 21 on a Hitman show that will be exe…
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‘Hitman: Game of the Year Edition’ adds new ‘Patient Zero’ campaign

When developer IO Interactive separated from publisher Square Enix, it got to keep the popular Hitman franchise, giving the now-independent studio control over the 2016 stealth shooter game it developed. Back in June, the company released the first e…
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‘Just Cause’ and ‘Hitman Sniper’ Make a Great Couple in Latest Update

Hitman Sniper [$ 0.99] continues to be a very entertaining game, and the constant updates with new events and new weapons certainly haven’t hurt the game. It’s actually great to see how well this game has been supported, even though it’s been out for quite a few years. The latest update is one of the most entertaining ones because it blends the seriousness of Hitman Sniper with the craziness that is the Just Cause series. Specifically, this new update allows you to get the Final Argument Rifle for free, and that weapon is a ton of fun. Instead of just letting you shoot people in the head, which is what you do most of the time in Hitman Sniper, this weapon lets you tether enemies to walls, objects, or even other guards, which introduces plenty of silly moments.

And that’s not all. You can even shoot sticky rocket mines on guards and watch them fly all over the place. Stealth it might not be, but it’s definitely hilarious. Add to these special abilities how every object in the game now explodes when shot (because what kind of an action movie would this be if things didn’t explode), and you can see why the new update adds a fun and different way to play the game. The update is live now, and Just Cause-levels of silliness await for you.

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‘Hitman’ arrives on Apple’s macOS, first episode free to download

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Feral Interactive has shipped ‘Hitman’ on macOS, complete with all installments of the episodic assassination-based game playable on Mac for the first time. The launch is accompanied by the release of a demo from developer IO Interactive, providing access to one episode from the series for free.
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E3 2017: ‘Hitman,’ ‘Ark: Survival Evolved,’ ‘The Pillars of the Earth’ coming soon to Mac

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Three games are preparing to launch on Mac this summer, with ‘Hitman’ arriving on June 20, ‘Ark: Survival Evolved’ leaving Early Access after two years with a full release on August 8, and the first part of ‘The Pillars of the Earth’ game adaptation shipping August 15.
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