Square Enix has announced Hitman GO: Definitive Edition will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC on February 23. The turn-based spin-off of IO Interactive’s action game will have upgraded visuals and contain all post-launch content released for the original mobile version.
“It’s basically the good old Hitman GO you loved on mobile, with updated visuals and all the great content we added on to it including my personal favorites, the Paris Opera from Blood Money, and the St. Petersburg Stakeout mission from Hitman 2: Silent Assassin,” said Nicolas Verge, community manager at Square Enix Montreal.
The PlayStation versions support Cross-Buy, which means purchasing it on one platform unlocks it for free on the other. Additionally, these version will also support Cross-Save.
Finally, PlayStation players will also be able to unlock a Platinum trophy, provided they are able to “complete everything in Hitman GO without using any hints.”
PC players will be able to use Steamworks integration on Valve’s platform to unlock trading cards, emojis, wallpapers, cloud saves, and Steam achievements.
Pricing details have not yet been specified.
The next main Hitman game arrives on PS4, PC, and Xbox One in March 2016. The game was originally slated to launch in late 2015 but was delayed so that developer IO Interactive could add more content. The game is now fully episodic, and IO Interactive has explained why it has decided to adopt this release strategy here.