Hitman: Absolution Deluxe Professional Edition announced

If you really want to get the ultimate Hitman: Absolution experience, you may be more than tempted to buy what Square Enix just announced today. The publisher has announced it will release the Hitman: Absolution Deluxe Professional Edition when the next game in the Hitman action series is released later in 2012.

Shacknews.com reports that the Deluxe Professional Edition will contain the same content as the previously announced Professional Edition of the game. You will get the game Hitman: Absolution along with a hardcover art book, a behind-the-scenes DVD on the making of the game and an exclusive DLC pack, featuring some extra weapons.

So, what's in the Deluxe version? You are looking at it. It's a 10 inch statue of the Hitman series' lead character, Agent 47. However, it's an Agent 47 that appears to have been turned into something that you might see in a Tintin comic. There was no price announced for the Hitman: Absolution Deluxe Professional Edition.

All pre-orders of Hitman: Absolution, no matter what edition you buy, will also receive a code to download the special Snipers Challenge stand alone game when it launches later this year. Hitman: Absolution is scheduled for release for the PC and other platforms on November 20.

Source: Shacknews.com | Image via Square Enix

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Nice! I'll probably be getting this. Kind of depends on how much more expensive it will be than the regular version.

The Dark Knight said,
That statue is crap! Does not suit the mood or style of the game at all!

Doesn't fit the mood at all. Maybe you'll get the right statue in Hitman Absolution Super Duper Banana OMFG Profession Ultimate Metro Edition.

The Dark Knight said,
That statue is crap! Does not suit the mood or style of the game at all!

I actually like it, reminds me of other Vinyl collectors dolls. i.e Munnys, Dunnys etc.