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Exciting week ahead folks! We have HITMAN [Steam] releasing on Thursday, so Feral Interactive are going to demo it on a livestream on Wednesday!

I'm particularly interested to see how it performs, as it's a game I've wanted to play for quite some time now.

This Wednesday, get your first look at HITMAN running on Linux, live on Twitch: https://t.co/kbDZOaA0zS #FeralPlays We expect eyewitnesses. pic.twitter.com/NWJpQwLzHu

— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) February 13, 2017


Their Twitch: http://twitch.tv/feralinteractive

Time until they start:

2017-02-15 18:00:00


You can also keep track on our livestreaming schedule page.

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Tags: Livestream | Apps: HITMAN
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Aryvandaar 13 Feb, 2017
Quoting: ellie_feralYou'll be able to play the single-player game offline. But there's plenty of online content too, like Elusive Targets. You'll get to enjoy all that too, just like the Windows lot.

Thanks for clearing that up!
EMO GANGSTER 13 Feb, 2017
I just might get this, I have never played a hitman game before, but there is nothing like some Linux support get me to buy.


Last edited by EMO GANGSTER on 13 February 2017 at 8:27 pm UTC
camoceltic 13 Feb, 2017
Quoting: ellie_feralYou'll be able to play the single-player game offline. But there's plenty of online content too, like Elusive Targets. You'll get to enjoy all that too, just like the Windows lot.

What exactly is counted as "Online Content" in this case? You just said "Elusive Targets", so that's obvious, as are the leaderboards. What I mean is challenges and unlocks. If I can't play online for whatever reason (Like that I have satellite internet, so some things just don't work even when I do have a strong signal), am I stuck playing with only the most basic items and starting location?
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