The release of Hitman: Blood Money – Reprisal on Android is here, and the game is now available for players. You can pick the game up on the Play Store and launch it right away, although it does come with a 4GB install, so expect to wait a short period before you can get going.
The game is also launching on iOS today for those who use iPhones or iPads for all their mobile gaming. Hitman: Blood Money – Reprisal was developed and published by Feral Interactive. If you’re unfamiliar with the studio, it specializes in bringing over games to mobile from popular franchises. Some of the past games include numerous titles in the Total War series, Tropico, GRID, and XCOM.
Like many of those games, Hitman: Blood Money – Reprisal is a premium offering. And that means you don’t have to deal with ads or micro-transactions. You buy the game once and you never spend another cent unless some expansions are added. That being said, this also means the game costs a little more. It’ll set you back $14.99 for the game but that’s a worthy investment for fans of the Hitman franchise. Especially if you wouldn’t mind having a little time as an elite assassin on the go.
The Android release of Hitman: Blood Money – Reprisal comes with a new trailer
To help celebrate the launch Feral Interactive has put out a new trailer for the game’s release. It’s short and sweet but it does do a great job at getting you hyped up for the stealth action gameplay.
This release comes with new features inspired by later games in the series
There’s more than one thing to love about this version release. Like the revamped controls that were built to make the game more accessible on a touchscreen display. But where it really stands out is with the Instinct Mode feature. This was inspired by later games in the series and highlights all the important stuff. Including guards and targets.
This should allow players to get in, find their target, and then assassinate them. All while avoiding guards and escaping unseen. Best of all is the game supports controllers and it has full keyboard and mouse support. So you don’t have to play with touch controls if you don’t want to.