HITMAN Update Prepares For The Incoming GDPR Legislation

By Andy Mills, 1 year ago
If you've been paying any attention to your email inbox recently, you'll have seen countless emails about GDPR, the General Data Protection Regulation, a data privacy law that comes into effect in the EU tomorrow. This law has reached into the realm of online games, and as it turns out, IO Interactive's HITMAN is one of those affected. As such, the Danish studio has released a small but nonetheless important update for 2016 title.

Make sure to accept or IOI will send Agent 47 after us. Just kidding. Hopefully.Make sure to accept or IOI will send Agent 47 after us. Just kidding. Hopefully.

While the team were there anyway, they also fixed a community-reported issue with the Arthin Occulation Escalation where the 'Sticky Hatchet' complication would be even more complicated by causing the contract to be failed if the player exited the level via speedboat. There are no worries with water travel now, as IO has sorted the issue.

The update to HITMAN was released earlier today, May 24th, and the download will be anywhere between 800MB and 2GB, depending on where you play.

We've got the full list of HITMAN achievements - check the list for guides to unlocking them.

Check out our Best Xbox One Third-Person Shooters Available in 2019 article for a compilation of other great games in this genre.
Andy Mills
Written by Andy Mills
Just one of the fine Newshounds on TrueAchievements. An achievement hunter, and a lover of all kinds of games.