While a large majority of games on the Google Play Store are clearly developed and aimed at mobile gamers, there’s a few hidden gems scattered here and there, a good number of which are ports of PC and console games. As such, it looks like we can add “Hitman: Blood Money” to that list soon.
Announced by developer Feral Interactive via its official social media page, the game will be a full console-to-mobile port of the original Hitman: Blood Money game which was originally released on the PlayStation 2 and Xbox back in 2006. No specific launch date was given yet, although it’s expected that the game will be available this Autumn for Android, iOS, and the Nintendo Switch.
Agent 47 goes mobile in Hitman: Blood Money — Reprisal!
With new features and gameplay improvements inspired by later HITMAN games, the stealth-action classic makes a triumphant return on iOS & Android this autumn, and Nintendo Switch in winter!
Are you ready to make a killing? pic.twitter.com/wDaK3TsDIN
— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) October 4, 2023
This isn’t the first time that Agent 47 has appeared on mobile, however – the character was also present for “Hitman GO” and “Hitman Sniper”, which were spin-off titles from the main series. GO featured a puzzle-style board game design, while Hitman Sniper revolved around bite-sized sniping missions.
With that being said, we’re hopeful that Feral Interactive can do the game justice – after all, this was the same studio that successfully ported over titles like the highly impressive mobile version of GRID Autosport to Android and iOS devices.
Source: Droid Gamers