If you enjoy playing bald undercover agents on your Microsoft console, then you will want to pay attention to the latest addition to Xbox One's Backward Compatible list. Hitman: Absolution, released back in 2012 for the Xbox 360, is now compatible with the current gen console, Major Nelson tweeted today. Show More Summary
Xbox 360 title Hitman: Absolution is now playable on Xbox One via backward compatibility....
Backward Compatibility lets you play plenty of your Xbox 360 games on your Xbox One, and the list of available games keeps expanding. The latest addition to the lineup is Hitman: Absolution, which came out all the way back in November 2012. It was the last Hitman game before last year’s episodic entries, and thus […]
It’s taken a while, but Hitman: Absolution is now available as a backwards compatible title on Xbox One. Released in 2012 on Xbox 360, IO Interactive said back in February 2016 Hitman: Absolution it would bring the title to Xbox One at some point. Release timing wasn’t provided at the time, as “specifics were up to Microsoft,” but almost […]
Few will argue that Hitman: Absolution was a major misstep for the long-running series from iO Interactive. Trying to shape the tried and tested strategic stealth experience into a streamlined action adventure went completely against what the title stood for, and what made it popular with players. Show More Summary
Hitman takes inspiration from food. Hitman has won a lot of praise over the course of its first season, with many longterm fans hailing a return to form for the sandbox series after Hitman: Absolution went off the rails a bit. Most of its environments have been well received, but the Sapienza episode in particular […]
As Summer comes to an end, the lineup of games available to stream free with a GeForce NOW membership on NVIDIA SHIELD becomes even more enticing with today’s arrival of Hitman: Absolution.
Five new titles including Hitman: Absolution and a pair of Tomb Raider classics are arriving on the NVIDIA Shield GeForce Now service.
Nearly four years have passed since the release of Hitman: Absolution, but if you ask enthusiasts of the series, a full ten have lapsed since the last traditional Hitman experience: 2006's Blood Money. This year's reboot is a something...Show More Summary
IO Interactive and Square Enix are bringing back Hitman: Absolution ahead of the launch of the 2016 reboot of the series simply titled Hitman. The 2012 outing will be made available as a part of the Xbox One's backwards compatibility service, giving owners of Microsoft's latest console an opportunity to play the seventh gen outing.Click To Continue Reading
A new report is confirming "Hitman: Absolution" as a title that will be added to Microsoft's Xbox One Backward Compatibility program in the future.
Hitman: Absolution was initially released for Xbox 360 back in 2012. It’s not natively compatible with Xbox One so you can’t just pop the disc in and play this game on the new console. However, fans of the franchise will be delighted...Show More Summary
IO Interactive is bringing Hitman: Absolution to Xbox One through the Xbox 360 backward compatibility feature. Release timing wasn’t provided as “specifics were up to Microsoft,” but studio head Hannes Seifert told Worthplaying during the Hitman media event last month it’s in the works. Seifert also said IO would like to see all of its […]
Have you ever wondered just how Cueball McFurrowed-Brow became the famously good killing man of the Hitman series' glory years? Of fucking course not, which is why the need to string Hitman: Absolution together into some S&M nun story...Show More Summary
Hitman: Absolution can be yours for as little as $1 – but maybe dig a little deeper, hey? Charity GameChanger is running a Hitman-themed fundraising campaigns with some pretty cool offers. PC Gamer reports GameChanger will be on site at PAX Prime this weekend offering to shave people’s heads. If you volunteer your luxurious locks, […]
Three years after the release of Hitman: Absolution, developer Io Interactive and publisher Square Enix are rebooting the action game franchise with a new title that's due on December 8 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC platforms. Indeed, this new game is simply called Hitman with no subtitle.
The last major Hitman game we saw was Hitman: Absolution, which according to some gamers was a less than ideal experience as far as the Hitman franchise was concerned. Well if you plan on giving IO Interactive and Square Enix another chance, you might be interested to learn that at E3, the new Hitman game was announced. Show More Summary
Blystad will be joining the studio with over ten years of experience working on the Hitman franchise.
Square Enix has released its second Humble Bundle and it might be even better than its last one. Pay what you want for Hitman: Absolution, Supreme Commander 2 and Hitman GO for Android. That may not be the most impressive lineup on its...Show More Summary