The Hitman Beta is coming to PlayStation 4 on 12th February 2016.
The mission – which Square Enix curiously describes as ‘extremely unique’ – is set twenty years ago at a top-secret ICA recruitment and training facility.
Among the treats in store are new details on how Agent 47 joins the ICA, plus his first meeting with long-time handler, Diana Burnwood. The Play the Beginning trailer also shows that Agent 47 has a nice sense of winter style too.
Looks promising, this one.
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The Hitman Beta will arrive on PlayStation 4 on February 12th 2016 with PC access following on February 19th. Guaranteed access is via pre-order, naturally.
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