Hitman 3, the conclusion of Interactive’s recent World of Assassination trilogy, will be coming to the Nintendo Switch via cloud streaming. It’s the first Hitman game to come to a Nintendo console. Hitman 2: Silent Assassin was released through the Gamecube in 2003.
The latest game from IO Interactive once again puts Agent 47 in several enormous sandbox environments to take out his targets with creativity and skill. It’s the first time Nintendo is releasing a cloud-based game in the United States. Earlier they had released cloud-based games like Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Resident Evil 7, in Japan. Internet connection with high speed is a must for playing cloud-based games. If your internet connection becomes unstable, the service will disconnect after a few minutes.
Hitman 3’s official release timing is not clear. Gamers are much awaiting to experience cloud gaming as it demands a quick player response. Users can only download a free launcher application to test the game for a limited amount of time. After having tested the game for at least 5 minutes, to access the game you must purchase Access Pass. Pricing can be found on the Nintendo eShop page for the Access Pass once the 5-minute trial has been successfully completed.