Hitman: The Complete First Season is hitting retail this January with the promise of delivering the “ultimate physical version of the game.”
A press release from earlier today details just what the Complete First Season will contain. Starting with Episodes; the bundle includes all locations featured over the past six months (Prologue, Paris, Sapienza, Marrakesh, and Bangkook). In addition to that, owners also get complete access to all challenges, opportunities, and Contracts devised by both IO Interactive and the community.
As for the disc itself, it comes housed in an elegant SteelBook day-one cover. “The disc combines everything we have learned, refined and updated over the course of a 10 month live season,” said Hannes Seifert, Studio Head at Io-Interactive. “It’s the direct result of live input, development and feedback from our players.”
However, that’s not the only content featured here. IO Interactive is adding “loads of additional downloadable bonus content” which will be available for owners of both the Complete First Season and digital upgrade.
- 3 Bonus Missions Pack which includes The Icon and A House Built on Sand missions, plus the brand new upcoming Landslide mission.
- Original Soundtrack featuring the original game score
- The ‘making of’ Hitman documentary charting the journey from showing the game to our fans for the first time before E3 2015, through to the digital launch in 2016
- Hitman Requiem Blood Money Pack which includes the signature Blood Money white suit, white rubber duck and chrome ICA pistol
- The PlayStation 4 version includes the 6 additional exclusive The Sarajevo Six missions
Hitman: The Complete First Season is slated for a launch on January 31 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It will be priced at $59.99 / £49.99 / €59.99 on consoles and $49.99 / £39.99 / €49.99 on PC.
This leaves the player-base expecting news about the second season. While Square Enix has been quite on the matter, it’s likely that we’ll hear from the publisher or developer at PlayStation Experience later this year.