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  • Blog Post: Lara Croft Go Gets Free Expansion, Twitch Event, And Flash Sale

    Lara Croft Go is getting a free update for Thanksgiving. The Shard of Life expansion lands November 26 and introduces 26 new puzzles to Lara's entertaining mobile adventure . Shard of Life takes place in the new Cave of Fire and boasts new treasures and artifacts, as well as two additional costumes... More
  • Blog Post: Lara Croft Go's Mobile Strategy Adventures Coming In August

    Inspired by mobile strategy title Hitman Go, Square Enix Montreal is working on a similar turn-based Tomb Raider puzzler named Lara Croft Go. The game hits mobile devices this August. Lara Croft Go comes out on August 27 for undisclosed mobile devices. Today the developer also announced a contest calling... More
  • Blog Post: Hitman: Sniper Is Available Tomorrow To Challenge Your Sniping Prowess

    Square Enix announced that Hitman: Sniper will be available tomorrow on mobile (iOS and Android) and tablets. The competitive sniping game has you taking on contracts, sniping down targets. Every situation has various ways to take down your opponents, giving you the option to explore different tactics... More
  • Blog Post: Hitman Go Coming Next Week

    Square Enix has revealed the release date for Hitman Go, the board-game interpretation of the popular series. We're thrilled to announce that Hitman GO is coming out on April 17! We'll be at PAX East for an exclusive hands-on! http://t.co/EPVDzhEbZG — Square Enix Montréal (@SquareEnixMtl... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Report: Hitman Project Canceled

    Update: Square Enix has provided us with a statement about the current state of the Hitman franchise, which points to Hitman being alive and well at least in some form at Square Enix Montreal. "There's a bit of confusion around the Hitman projects currently in development at Square Enix owned... More
  • Blog Post: Sources: Hitman Project Under Development At Square Enix Montreal Canceled

    Sources have told Game Informer that a new Hitman game under development at Square Enix’s relatively new Montreal studio (not to be confused with Eidos Montreal) has been canceled. The studio was founded in 2012 with Lee Singleton, formerly of Square Enix’s London studios, at the helm. This... More
  • Blog Post: Square Eidos Expands in Montreal

    Square Enix is expanding its presence in Montreal after the success of Deus Ex: Human Revolution and the future demands of the Hitman franchise. Deus Ex: Human Revolution developer Eidos Montreal will receive an influx of 100 new employees and updated accommodations, and the studio will embark on a new... More
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