Missed out on playing Hitman: Blood Money? Or maybe you just want it with a now-gen sheen? You might be getting that wish soon, as developer IO Interactive has confirmed that it’s considering a Hitman: Blood Money remaster.
Over on Twitter, a fan asked the official Hitman account whether the studio have ever considered remastering Blood Money, though it confirms that work on the current Hitman game is the main focus. You can check the reply below.
@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
Released way back in 2006, Hitman: Blood Money (via Wikipedia) “follows the life of professional hitman, Agent 47, as narrated in cutscenes by a former Director of the FBI to a journalist who is interviewing him. The wheelchair-bound ex-director recounts how his agency tracked 47 over a two-year period. The game also marks 47’s arrival to the United States.”
In our top five Hitman assassinations vid, Blood Money managed to make it into the list, which shows how good the game is compared to the other entries in the franchise.
Would you want a Hitman: Blood Money remaster? Or would you rather IO work on a sequel to Hitman instead?