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Hitman HD Collection Leaked On Italian Site

A collection compiling Hitman 2, 3 and Blood Money may be in the works.

A Hitman HD Collection consisting of Hitman 2: Silent Assassin, Hitman 3: Contracts and Hitman: Blood Money has appeared on 16 Games, an Italian retail site. So far the listing only shows a PlayStation 3 version, will cost €30, or $37, and has a release date of October 15, 2012.

Translated, the listing states the following:

Enter a world of crime, sin and greed. Penetrate deeper into the recesses of the mind of Agent 47, the world's deadliest assassin. Remaining anonymous, being quick and totally ruthless: these are the keys to a perfect execution. Follow Agent 47 while executing orders on behalf of slum-living criminals or on behalf of the highest summits of power. Nothing is important except the target.

Square Enix has yet to confirm the collection's existence. Hitman: Absolution, the next title in the series, will be released on November 20, 2012.



Our Take

Julian Titus Senior Editor

06/02/2012 at 05:26 PM

You need to play Blood Money. Yes, you. As for me, looking forward to playing Hitman 2 and 3 for the first time.

Esteban Cuevas Staff Alumnus

06/02/2012 at 06:45 PM

I already did. Didn't like it. However, I've heard that 2 and 3 are better games so, you know, there's that. lol

Julian Titus Senior Editor

06/02/2012 at 07:09 PM

How far did you play? It took me a few levels to fall in love with it.

Nick DiMola Director

06/02/2012 at 09:11 PM

Not a big fan of Blood Money either, but 2 is amazing. 3 is pretty good too, but I played it too soon after 2 to fully appreciate it.

Esteban Cuevas Staff Alumnus

06/02/2012 at 10:26 PM

I tried the demo and then later rented it and got through I think two or three levels.

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