If you were a fan of the 2006 release of Hitman: Blood Money then you may be thrilled to know a remastered edition is not out of the question. After all, this shouldn’t come to much of a surprise as the game was well received. However, don’t get too excited just yet as the development team, IO Interactive, is still focusing on their current 2016 Hitman video game.
Hitman: Blood Money released in 2006 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and PC, but it would later receive an HD release in 2013 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Now the game could see another edition if fans are interested. The game came up in question by a Twitter fan who brought up the decade old Hitman: Blood Money to the development team.
Overall, the fan asked the development team if they would have any interest in bringing back the Hitman: Blood Money video game for the latest generation of consoles. As for the development team’s response, they agree that the game is much-loved and would love to do a remastered edition justice. This was followed up with a statement that the focus for IO Interactive right now is still on the current Hitman video game.
@MVAZQU22 Yes, we have considered it. Blood Money is a much-loved game & we’d want to do it justice. Focus now is on the current game though
— HITMAN (@Hitman) May 20, 2016
The latest edition to the Hitman franchise is simply titled Hitman and acts as a prequel to the series. Unlike previous installments, Hitman is receiving an episodic release where the development team has promised gamers a total of seven episodes.
So far two episodes have been released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The third episode is slated to launch later this month.