LONDON - November 18th, 2005- Eidos Interactive, one of the world's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, announces a partnership with award-winning composer Jesper Kyd, for the soundtrack for the forthcoming Hitman: Bloody Money™ title.

Hitman: Blood Money will feature a cinematic live orchestral score composed by Kyd and recorded with the 150-member Budapest Symphony and Hungarian Radio Choir, in addition to several electronica tracks penned by Kyd for the game.

"I'm very proud of this collaboration for Hitman: Blood Money," said Jesper Kyd. "We produced a dynamic and diverse score that closely follows the latest exploits of Agent 47. It was the most challenging score in the series yet and I firmly believe it will be the best sounding Hitman game to date."

HITMAN: BLOOD MONEY is the fourth installment in the popular franchise and takes killing for money to a whole new level. Using new gaming technology and functionality it delivers an experience that is the closest gamers will ever have come to the real world of the assassin.

Developed by Io-Interactive Hitman: Blood Money will be released in Spring 2006 on PlayStation®2, Microsoft Xbox® and PC.