Feral Interactive, the studio behind this year’s Switch re-releases of Lara Croft & the Guardian of Light and Lara Croft & The Temple of Osiris, has announced that the next game it’s bringing to Nintendo’s handheld – as well as mobile platforms – is the stealth assassination classic, Hitman: Blood Money.
Dubbed Hitman: Blood Money – Reprisal, this new version of the game is set to be a pretty significant overhaul of the 2006 game and will include added features like a new minimap, an Instinct Mode and other gameplay improvements brought across from newer Hitman entries as well as a fully-customisable touchscreen interface plus controller and keyboard/mouse support.
Feral Interactive hasn’t offered up strict release dates for Hitman: Blood Money – Reprisal just yet, simply saying the iOS and Android release is happening in the next couple of months with the Nintendo Switch version to follow in Summer.
“Iconic locations. High-profile targets. Fresh platforms. Hitman: Blood Money — Reprisal takes Agent 47 mobile — with an iOS and Android release this Autumn, and a Switch release to follow in Winter.
“Reprisal is a comprehensive reworking of the stealth-action classic, refined for screens large and small — with a new Minimap, Instinct Mode, and gameplay improvements inspired by later games in the series.
“Hitman Blood Money — Reprisal’s modernisations make it a great fit for all three platforms, and both mobile editions come equipped with a fully customizable touchscreen interface, as well as controller and keyboard & mouse support.”