Eidos announces the Hitman Trilogy, a bundle of three Hitman games
that put the player in the role of a professional assassin. The package goes on
sale tomorrow for PC and PS2:
Redwood City, CA (June 19, 2007) -- Eidos
Interactive Ltd., one of the world’s leading publishers and developers of
entertainment software, is pleased to announce the Hitman Trilogy, a compilation
offering three critically acclaimed Hitman games in one package. Hitman Trilogy,
available for PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and PC-DVD, will
feature Hitman: Blood Money, Hitman: Silent Assassin, and Hitman: Contracts
along with a sneak preview bonus disc of Eidos’ upcoming thriller Kane & Lynch:
“Hitman Trilogy is a seriously intense dose of gaming,” says David Bamberger,
marketing manager, Eidos North America. “The three game set will show just how
controversial and innovative the action and stealth gaming genre remains.
Players new to the series are in for quite a shock.”
The popular Hitman series puts gamers in the role of the infamous Agent 47, a
killer for hire. Armed with an arsenal of weapons and the ability to take
advantage of all the dangers found in an everyday environment, Agent 47 will do
anything to complete a contract signed in blood. Featuring open-ended action
gameplay and an immersive and dark storyline, each game brings players deeper
into a ruthless world filled with cold-blooded revenge.
Included with the trilogy is the Kane & Lynch: Dead Men bonus disc - crammed
with trailers, art, and screens - that offers gamers a glimpse into the sinister
world of this upcoming game. Developed by Io Interactive, the award-winning
studio behind the Hitman series, this new game introduces Kane and Lynch, a
flawed mercenary and a medicated psychopath, who are on a violent and chaotic
journey towards an end no one can imagine.
Hitman Trilogy is in stores across North America for $29.99 USD on June 20, 2007
for PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and PC-DVD.