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Square Enix partners with Blacknut for cloud gaming

Partnership will bring Lara Croft Go, Hitman Go, more to Blacknut-supported devices

Square Enix has partnered with Blacknut to offer a small selection of its mobile titles via the game streaming service.

Lara Croft Go, Hitman Go, Deux Ex Go, and Hitman Sniper will be available through Blacknut on supported devices, including Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, PC, Mac and Linux in the coming months.

"We are delighted to partner with Blacknut in sharing our critically acclaimed, GO trilogy and Hitman Sniper on its streaming service," said Patrick Naud, Square Enix Montréal Studio Head. "Square Enix absolutely supports innovative and accessible ways to offer games to a wider audience, and we are excited to include our premium games to the Blacknut catalog."

Blacknut is a cloud-based game streaming service that allows users to play any game in its catalogue, sans download, for a monthly subscription fee. It is currently available in the UK, Germany, and France.

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