Turn-based Hitman GO comes to iOS next week - destructoid

Turn-based Hitman GO comes to iOS next week

6:00 PM on 04.10.2014

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

Such a neat concept for a spinoff game


Square Enix Montréal's turn-based strategy title Hitman GO looks like a decent excursion while we wait for the next major franchise installment from IO Interactive. It's coming real soon -- first to iOS devices on April 17, followed by an Android launch "shortly after" -- for $4.99 / £2.99 / €4.49.

Agent 47 has his usual tools accessible but stealth maneuvers play out on a grid, one turn at a time. The studio says there are 68 levels in total, unlockable by clearing side objectives, including some that are directly inspired by missions featured in Hitman: Blood Money.

Launching Hitman GO [Hitman]




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Hitman GO

7:00 PM on 05.07.2014
Hitman GO update

Review: Hitman GO

Murder, simplified
4:30 PM on 04.17.2014
Hitman GO update

People are literally dying to play Hitman GO, out today for iOS devices

I used 'literally' correctly, people do die in the game
12:15 PM on 02.13.2014
Hitman GO update

The new Hitman game for mobile has surprising potential

IO 'absolutely loved' the concept

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