‘Hitman Trilogy’ for PC and PS2 announced by Eidos

Hitman Trilogy coming soon

Eidos has finally announced the much-awaited Hitman Trilogy for fans of the popular Hitman series of games.

The Hitman Trilogy comprises the three well-received and critically acclaimed Hitman games- Hitman: Blood Money, Hitman: Silent Assassin and Hitman: Contracts.

Besides, Eidos’ Hitman Trilogy will also give gamers a sneak peek of the soon-to-be released thriller game Kane & Lynch: Dead Men. The Trilogy game package contains the preview bonus disc of this highly anticipated game.

Kane & Lynch will release sometime this year for the PC and Xbox 360 platforms.

According to David Bamberger, Marketing Manager, Eidos North America, “Hitman Trilogy is a seriously powerful dose of gaming. The three game set will show just how controversial and innovative the action and stealth gaming genre remains. Gamers new to the series are in for quite a shock.”

The Hitman Trilogy game will be released only for the Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) and the PC on June 20, 2007. The Trilogy will carry a price tag of $29.99 (Rs.1225).

Wonder why Eidos didn’t come up with a Hitman Trilogy game for the Xbox 360, considering Kane & Lynch will be coming out soon on the same platform?

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