From time to time, you may see folks such as [email protected] reading or commenting on forums. They are easily identified by the their user group (displayed under their avatar) being “IO-Interactive” (meaning they have been confirmed as an employee by an admin such as myself).
They are welcome guests here and doubtlessly will be interested in seeing what the fanbase has to say about everything, and may even join the conversation from time to time. When conversing with an IO-Interactive employees please keep in mind that they have professional responsibilities and thus will be limited on what information they can provide and when. They also are quite sincerely working to create the best Hitman game they can, so there will be zero tolerance of members abusing them with demands for information or changes to the game.
Also please keep in mind that IO-Interactive have their own design teams, writers, etc so while they may choose to take on board any ideas or preferences shared they may also have already come up with them themselves; or they may have come up with something that excludes the possibility to use it or may simply not be including it for other reasons. They are the ones making the game that we are so eager to see come out soon.
You can follow their activity via the IO Interactive activity stream
There have been five HItman games released in the franchise over a space of thirteen years - that means there’s a lot of people with varying experiences, different joining times, favourite titles and expectations of what the core elements of a Hitman game are. Some of us have been excited about the franchise since the first demo was released of Hitman: Codename 47, some may only have discovered it with the release of Absolution (or even something promoting Hitman 6).
Regardless of how people discovered the franchise, how many of the games they have played or how long they have been a fan everyone who enjoys Hitman games and is looking forward to Hitman 6 is welcome to join the discussion and share their opinions here. Be respectful of each others differences of opinion.
Have fun, share your enthusiasm for the upcoming game, speculate and over-analyse ever scrap of information to your heart’s content!