Feral Interactive Releasing HITMAN For Linux This Month
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 7 February 2017 at 11:04 AM EST. 19 Comments
Civilization VI and DiRT Rally were recent AAA Linux game announcements and now HITMAN is the latest game receiving a confirmed Linux game port.

Feral Interactive will be releasing HITMAN for Linux next week, 16 February. Feral just announced the game port on their site.

Hitman: The Complete First Season was released for Windows just back on 31 January while the earlier epsiodes began debuting last year. The game is powered by the Glacier Engine and developed by IO Interactive.

No word yet on the Linux system (GPU) requirements for this game. Details on the game via Steam and current pricing is $60 USD for the complete first season.
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