Hitman Dev Reveals Three Seasons Of Game Are Planned
The first season of the rebooted Hitman is still underway, but there is apparently a lot more in the pipeline for this new take on the series. While we had previously heard that the developer was planning to announce a second season of the game, it looks like there will even end up being another season after that one.
A fan recently asked the official Hitman Twitter account whether or not there were any plans for a second season of Hitman, to which the account replied with “Of course, our plan is to have three seasons. Although Season Two hasn’t been confirmed yet.”
This is very big news considering that we haven’t even gotten a confirmation of a second season, but if all goes according to plan then there will be plenty more where that came from. There are currently 3 episodes of the first season of the game available to play, with episode 4 set to come out later this month.
Episode 4 will be taking things to Bangkok and will launch on August 16th, which has you taking on the lead singer of The Class in a scenario taking place inside of a hotel. A retail version of the game that will include all of the episodes is currently slated to launch in January of next year.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider Officially Announced
After tons of leaks and speculations, it was finally officially revealed that the next Tomb Raider game will be called Shadow of the Tomb Raider and be available this fall.
New Tomb Raider Info Coming Tomorrow, May Have Already Leaked
The official Tomb Raider website promises new information tomorrow, but it looks like the site's source code gives us the new information already.
Life is Strange: Before the Storm Coming to Mac and Linux
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Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT Adds Vayne from FFXII
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NieR:Automata’s Contentment in Purposelessness
It seems to me that the real antagonist of NieR:Automata is the sense of purpose each character has, which gets in the way of all their actual happinesses.