If you’re a fan of the Hitman series, get ready for some exciting news. Feral Interactive breathes new life into the 2006 classic game Hitman: Blood Money. The updated version, titled Hitman: Blood Money – Reprisal, will be available for download on iOS and Android devices this fall, and Nintendo Switch users can get their hands on it this winter.
Feral Interactive isn’t just re-releasing the game but updating it with fresh features and gameplay improvements. According to the company, this new version will feature a brand-new Minimap, an Instinct Mode to track your targets better, and gameplay tweaks influenced by later games in the series. This makes Hitman: Blood Money – Reprisal not just a nostalgic throwback but an improved experience for both new and long-time players.
One of the key highlights of this release is its versatility across different platforms. The mobile version will feature a fully customizable touchscreen interface while offering support for controllers and even keyboard & mouse setups. Nintendo Switch users, on the other hand, can expect a game that takes full advantage of the console’s unique capabilities, making for a seamless and engaging gaming experience.
While announcing this updated version has stirred excitement, IO Interactive has clarified its broader plans. The company has shifted focus toward new projects, putting its next major Hitman title on hold. They have confirmed work on an officially licensed James Bond game under the working title Project 007. Furthermore, an online fantasy RPG is also in the pipeline, potentially set for release on Xbox Series X/S and PC.