A lengthy video of what is alleged to be raw uncut gameplay from the new Hitman game has leaked on to YouTube. Suprisingly the footage remains live, despite their being clear warnings on it that describe the gameplay as an “Unreleasable Sequence containing placeholder assets & material requiring legal clearance.”
While this video is likely from a very early state for the game, Hitman fans can get an idea of what to expect from Agent 47’s latest game.
How the game plays and what it looks like have been the least of concerns for IO and Square Enix as of late. A controversial content model for the game has had fans upset. IO recently spoke out about the new Hitman game, calling it neither episodic or early access, and that all of Hitman’s content will be a part of the $60 price tag.
This new Hitman game has been described as a “live, expanding, and evolving world of assassination,” one where new missions, locations, and features are released to players over the course of the game’s life.
Hitman is due out later this year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
- This article was updated on:February 22nd, 2018