Hitman: Absolution has been in the hands of critics and gamers for just over a week now, and despite it receiving mostly great reviews, the hardcore fanbase has been quite vocal about some of the changes made to the series with this latest instalment.

The biggest bone of contention seems to be the structure and the rather sensitive disguise system. While we praised the game for a more in-depth disguise system, we acknowledged that the mechanic could use some tweaking.

According to Nick Price, IO Interactive Community manager, the team is working on just that.

In a topic containing links to third party “fixes” for the PC version of Hitman: Absolution entitled, “Here is a fix for those who hate the new disguise system.”, Nick had this to say:

“We don’t support the use of third-party software, trainers or injectors to alter the game code or experience. As such, we’re removing the links posted here. Please refrain from reposting.

Disguises are being tweaked right now. Expect a patch soon.”

So, there you have it! IO Interactive have their eyes and ears open and are addressing players’ concerns. What exactly these tweaks will do, we don’t know as of yet. Be sure to check back here, or on our official facebook page, for more news concerning Hitman: Absolution.

 

Via source: Eidos Forums

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  • Jac V

    In lieu of proper journalism, where is your source for this information? Or am I expected to prowl the Hitman forums to find it myself?

    • http://bagogames.com Benjamin Howie

      Hello, Jac!

      The article contains a link to the forum post where it says, "Here is a fix for those who have the new disguise system."

      Apologies if the link is not made clear enough. We'll get to work on it :)

      Thank you for reading!

      Ben.