Within the newest episode of IGN Unfiltered, Ryan McCaffrey was joined by IO Interactive CEO and co-owner Hakan Abrak to speak about the way forward for the Hitman franchise, together with the group’s upcoming James Bond sport, Hitman 3, separating from Sq. Enix, and way more.
Provided that Hitman’s current reboot was billed as a trilogy, and that IO is now specializing in the upcoming James Bond sport, some have been questioning what the longer term has in retailer for the enigmatic Agent 47. Abrak assured followers that this isn’t the top of the collection, however the well-known murderer is going to take a much-deserved trip.
“Our considering proper now could be, Agent 47 deserves a little bit of a relaxation. He is been busy the final three video games. However, when that’s stated, we’re extremely busy with the dwell components, supporting the ‘World of Assassination,’ as we name all three video games. For nearly 5 years now, we have been releasing one thing new each week for our communities, ever since we launched Hitman 1. And we’ll maintain doing that, shifting ahead.
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“This isn’t the top of Agent 47. I simply wish to ensure that everyone is aware of that… As we talked about earlier than, it is synonymous with IO, it is a very beloved franchise of ours and, after all, Hitman will proceed. Agent 47, perhaps, goes to take a little bit of a relaxation, however that does not imply that we’re not engaged on some cool, cool stuff inside the World of Assassination. So, there’s undoubtedly exercise coming and I am wanting ahead to speaking about that someday sooner or later.”
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