Hitman Will Have at Least Two More Seasons of DLC

IO Interactive hasn't detailed season two yet, but has confirmed season three of DLC.

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Hitman is currently in its first season of post-launch content, but developer IO Interactive is planning to release two more seasons of worth of extra content for the game, according to a tweet from its official Twitter account.

Responding to a question about whether there were any plans for a second season, IO Interactive revealed its planning to have a season three.

Thus far, episodes in season one of Hitman have taken players to Paris, Sapienza, and Marrakesh. Episode 4 launches on August 16 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It takes Agent 47 to Bangkok, Thailand, where he'll need to take out a rock star named Jordan Cross and his family's lawyer, Ken Morgan. Much of the mission is set in a luxury hotel at the time of the mission.

"With Episode 4, we are extremely pleased to be able to deliver a new spin on a fan-favorite type of destination," IO previously said. "Hotels have been a staple across many a Hitman title. A huge amount of people in the community love learning everything there is to know about the intricacies of each hotel; and we thoroughly enjoy creating these wondrous assassination locations."

Hitman recently added a bonus summer episode that introduced new missions in existing locales. Episode 4 will be a return to a tamer Hitman experience, after giving players the opportunity to assassinate Gary Busey.

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