Square Enix announces an open beta of ‘Hitman’ for PS4

Developer Square Enix teams up again with Io Interactive to launch the official cinematics Hitman, the stealth and action title that will be launched throughout 2016 in an episodic format, the first installment of which will arrive on PS4 and other platforms this March 11, 2016 Worldwide.

In the trailer we can turn back time to the thermal baths of the Gellard Hotel in Budapest that we will remember from the original title Codename: 47 and to the Chilean Delgado vineyard from Blood Money. In other news, Square Enix finally has announced a new beta of this exclusive PlayStation 4 delivery for those who have a subscription to the PlayStation Plus service.

You can take a look at the first cinematic of the game next:


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