The reboot of Hitman launches this week, bringing the series back in a new episodic format that has definitely stirred up some controversy. The game will launch with the prologue and one location, then will gradually release the following episodes up until June.
IO Interactive’s Christian Elverdam was asked recently about what’s next for the game, he said that, “What we know is, we have a Season One, where we have the locations and the storyline for Season One, and we are sort of slowly starting to figure out exactly what portion of the next overarching story we’ll take for Season Two. So obviously, yeah, there will be more seasons, and I think that’s the future- this universe we’ve created, with this version of 47…”
He goes on to say that, “We actually have quite a few ideas for where we want to take the story. And I think it will be quite exciting for people to see that whole universe of the game. So yeah, the future holds many seasons of Hitman!”
Well, hopefully season one of Hitman ends up being good enough to warrant a season 2, but we’ll just have to wait and see. Hitman launches on March 11th for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.