Hitman: HD Trilogy out now for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360

The bald assassin makes a return from the past in a HD collection

Hot on the heels on the release of Hitman: Absolution last year, Square Enix has released the Hitman: HD Trilogy in Australia.

The collection contains the HD remakes of Hitman 2: Silent Assassin and Hitman: Contracts that came out in 2002 and 2004 respectively.

The collection also comes with 2006’s Hitman: Blood Money, which is already a HD title following a release on the Xbox 360.

Hitman: Blood Money on Xbox 360 is essentially the same game that came out in 2006, though it appears for the first time on PlayStation 3 with the HD collection.

2002’s Hitman: Codename 47 has been omitted from the collection, likely due to Hitman: Contracts featuring some levels remade from the game.

The package is rounded off with Hitman: Sniper Challenge, a stand-alone sniper experience that was exclusive to those who pre-ordered Hitman: Absolution last year.

The Hitman: HD Trilogy launch trailer can be found below:

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Feel the versions for PC, PS3 and xbox360.

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