Gamers have probably heard by now that IO Interactive’s Hitman has been delayed. The game was originally pegged for a release in December 2015, but it has since been pushed to March 2016. So when exactly in March can we expect the game? Thanks to an update from IO Interactive, the game’s release has been pegged for the 11th of March.
Detailing the release further, the developers announced that the initial release will come with six campaign missions across three sandbox locations, with locations presumably meaning levels. Ultimately this means that with every location, there will be an average of 2 missions that gamers will have to clear before moving on.
In case you’re the type of gamer who blows through content really fast, there will be an online Contract mode and weekly special events to keep gamers entertained. This initial release of Hitman will set you back $35. However further down the road, IO Interactive will be releasing additional content that will be priced an extra $30 and will take players to different parts of the world.
If you’d rather buy it all at once, the entire game will set you back $60, saving you $5 in the process. Pre-ordering the game will also nab players beta access, so if you want to get your hands on the game before the public does, this might be a good idea.