The upcoming game Hitman: Absolution will come with stereoscopic 3D support for PC and some extra features such as various DX11 extras. For now we know that the game should come with support for AMD HD3D technology as well as multi-monitor Eyefinity support for sure (this has already been announced), but the developer is apparently also planning to have support for Nvidia’s 3D Vision technology, though it is not clear if it will be available at launch or will be added via an update at a later time. No word on stereoscopic 3D support for consoles, but since the game will have support for HD3D it means that it should have a native stereo 3D rendering built into the game itself (at least on PC), so just adding the proper output for 3D Vision should not be that hard. It cat be completely different story if there are some marketing agreements, as due to such the game developer’s priorities can be completely different than to make all stereoscopic 3D gamers happy. Hitman: Absolution should be released on November 20th, so there is some time left for some extra work regarding stereoscopic 3D support.