Hitman arrives on macOS; first episode is available now for free

Feral Interactive has shipped ‘Hitman’ on macOS, complete with all installments of the episodic assassination-based game playable on Mac for the first time. The launch is accompanied by the release of a demo from developer IO Interactive, providing access to one episode from the series for free.

It’s not too often you get to write up that a triple-A title is getting a Mac release, so please excuse me while I indulge myself with this one.

Hitman is the story of Agent 47, a genetically engineered clone, engaged to execute a series of assassinations of various targets across the world. The game allows you to choose how you eliminate your designated target in a variety of ways.

The game requires a 2GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, a 2GB AMD M290 GPU or better, and 70GB of free space.

The complete first season (six episodes) are available on Steam now for only US$24, reduced from $60.

Source: ‘Hitman’ arrives on Apple’s macOS, first episode free to download

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