Hitman HD Trilogy’s First Printing Comes With Limited Edition Art Book


If fans of a certain bald headed hired assassin killing machine weren’t already excited enough for the Hitman HD Trilogy, Square Enix has gone and made its offer to nostalgic contract killers too irresistible to turn down.

The first print run of Hitman‘s remastered compilation pack will now release as a limited edition featuring an exclusive art book containing 22 artist reinterpretations of iconic Hitman moments. Square Enix has also launched the new website www.WhoIs47.com, where autographed lithographs of works showcased in the art book (like the one pictured below) are up for sale. The price tag? $47 each. Go figure.


WhoIs47.com is also hosting a fan art contest calling upon Hitman admirers to create their own artistic tributes to their favorite moments from the series. The grand prize winner’s gonna take home the sweet custom Agent 47 Xbox 360 console you can drool over below.

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Hitman HD Trilogy, featuring high-definition versions of Hitman Contracts, Hitman 2: Silent Assassin and Hitman Blood Money (plus the standalone Sniper Challenge pre-order mode from Absolution), is scheduled to ship January 29th for PS3 and Xbox 360. It’ll cost you $39.99.

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