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Hitman III – Cloud Version Launches January 20 for Switch

Hitman III – Cloud Version Launches January 20 for Switch - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 15 January 2021 / 1,420 Views

Developer IO Interactive announced Hitman III – Cloud Version will launch for the Nintendo Switch on January 20, which is the same day as the non-cloud version on the Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via the Epic Games Store.

Here is an overview of the game:

Hitman III is the dramatic conclusion to the World of Assassination trilogy and takes players around the world on a globetrotting adventure to sprawling sandbox locations. Agent 47 returns as a ruthless professional for the most important contracts of his entire career. Death Awaits. Enjoy unrivalled freedom and complete your objectives as the game world reacts to everything you do. IO Interactive’s award-winning Glacier technology powers Hitman III‘s immersive game world to offer unparalleled player choice and replayability.

Key Features:

  • Become Agent 47 – Suit up for a spy-thriller adventure where all of your deadly abilities are put to the test.
  • Freedom of Approach – Your deadliest weapon is creativity. Unlock new gear and up your game on highly replayable missions.
  • World of Assassination – Travel a living, breathing world, flush with shady characters and deadly opportunities.

A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.


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22 Comments
VAMatt (on 16 January 2021)

I might be interested in this game if performance is good. Otherwise, I'll buy it on XBX.

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AFattyGamer (on 15 January 2021)

Hmmmm. Sounds like IO Interactive is making concessions for the Switch. I wonder why Activision, EA, Ubisoft and other big players won't get in more on these Switch sales. The money is certainly there...

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Chazore AFattyGamer (on 15 January 2021)

It's seemingly depending on if the game can actually be ported without it being a total hangup. Either that or they don't need Ninty money is my guess.

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AFattyGamer Chazore (on 15 January 2021)

You're probably right on that. Shame. The Switch could probably sell more than 30 million in a year if more 3rd party devs would flock over to it. Not that Nintendo needs 3rd Party devs for success but it'd be nice.

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Sogreblute AFattyGamer (on 15 January 2021)

I think Ubisoft has put in the most effort of all the big Western AAA Publishers.
Right now for Western AAA support I feel Ubisoft > Bethesda > Activision > Warner > EA.
Right now the Switch's main supporters are Indies, AA publishers, and Japanese Publishers.

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Kakadu18 Sogreblute (on 15 January 2021)

With all those lego games Warner certainly supports the Switch way more than Activision, who only released like three games on the Switch. Even EA did more than that.

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Sogreblute Kakadu18 (on 15 January 2021)

Reason I said Activision > Warner is we got games we didn't expect (or wasn't going) to get. Of course the Switch was going to get the Lego games, the Wii U and PS Vita got them too. Activision gave up on the Wii U except for Skylanders. If we go over Activision's games some we did not expect. Skylanders Imaginators (also on Wii U), Crash N Sane Trilogy, Crash Team Racing, Spyro Reignited Trilogy, Diablo 3, Overwatch, Overwatch 2, and most likely Crash 4.
Now if we look at Warner Bros excluding Lego they only have 4 games, one of which also came to the Wii U. Cars 3, Scribblenauts, Bakugan, and Mortal Kombat 11.

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GamingRabbit (on 16 January 2021)

Another disapointing cloud game. Not that the game itself is bad. Just the fact that it's cloud based.
I'd assume that Switch would struggle heavily with that game.
But what do you expect from portable hardware? After all, it aint a home console.

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KratosLives (on 15 January 2021)

Can it run 1080p?

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dark_gh0st_b0y (on 15 January 2021)

very cool!! interesting thing is, does it get the Ps4, Ps5 or PC version?

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Shiken dark_gh0st_b0y (on 15 January 2021)

If I had to guess, PC.

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javi741 (on 15 January 2021)
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