Hitman HD Enhanced Collection announced to release on 11th of January

Hitman HD Enhanced Collection announced to release on 11th of January

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and IO Interactive has announced the Hitman HD Enhanced Collection. The collection is a compilation of two classic Hitman titles; Hitman: Blood Money and Hitman: Absolution. Both games have been remastered in 4K resolution, which means they can be played in 60 fps.

Aside from the 4K visuals with 60 frames per second, the texture resolution has also been improved, along with supersampling, upscale support, increased shadowmap and mirror resolutions, lightning and polished controls. Each change done to the classics has been done to improve the player experience.

In Hitman: Blood Money you can experience a world-wide adventure, from the vineyards of Chili to the Parisian opera buildings and even the White House, no location is safe from the shootouts between Agent 47 and a group of hitmen known as The Franchise.

In Hitman: Absolution you’ll experience the deepest and most personal story of Agent 47 as he strives for redemption through 20 intense missions. The art style in combination with a rich dialogue and executions by an incredible Hollywood-cast is enough to turn Hitman: Absolution into a stunning and unique gameplay experience.

The Hitman HD Enhanced Collection will be available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, including PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, on the 11th of January 2019.

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