The latest trailer for Hitman: Absolution focuses on the game’s dynamic audio. Tore Blystad (Game Director) explains that to compliment the open-ended nature of Hitman: Absolution, “we have to have a very dynamic music system that supports a dramatic experience no matter how you want to play the game.”

Audio Director Thomas Bärtschi went on to say that “dialogue is the most important piece of audio in the game; it’s not music, it’s not sound effects. If you don’t believe in the dialogue and if it doesn’t tell the story correctly, you don’t have a game.”

Hitman: Absolution, developed by IO Interactive and published by Square Enix, is set to be released globally on November 20th, 2012 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.

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