Owners of Hitman 2 on PC will get its levels free in Hitman 3 after all

IO Interactive has explained the disappointing circumstance.

IO Interactive has changed attach its prior assertion about levels from Hitman 2 not being openly accessible in Hitman 3 for proprietors of both. An update to the Hitman 3 Pre-Launch Guide takes note of that, “We are proceeding to chip away at an answer with our accomplices to permit PC players who own HITMAN 1 or HITMAN 2 to bring areas from those games into HITMAN 3 at no extra expense.”

“We can ensure that players will NOT need to repurchase the games”, the IO site says [emphasis original].

That doesn’t mean access will be quick. It will deliver “in the coming weeks,” which I expect is sufficient to alleviate everything except the most fanatic of testy web individuals. For the present, the “Assassin 1 GOTY Access Pass will be allowed to possess for all PC players who pre-buy or buy HITMAN 3 in the initial 10 days after delivery.”

“We realize that is a ton of data,” says IO, “however whenever you’ve seen the entirety of the Access Pass alternatives, and there are five altogether, it will bode well.”

Truth be told, I don’t know that it will bode well, but rather the consolation is a decent motion.

This explanation is fundamental in light of the fact that, in the wake of saying in August that players would have the option to import their movement and opens unreservedly, the pre-dispatch manage clarified that players would need to buy a Hitman 2 access pack to get to its substance in the Epic-selective Hitman 3.

“We’ve done all that could be within reach to make this cycle smooth and player-accommodating,” the studio composed at that point. “Notwithstanding, because of different conditions out of our control, we need to recognize that the cycle is distinctive to our underlying designs for PC players.”

Epic Games manager Tim Sweeney later stepped in to state that their group was chipping away at a fix for the issue. After a day, we see the update from IO detailed before in this story, as posted by IO Interactive on Twitter.

This has been your week by week portion of settled inside 48-hours terrible business choices and resulting dramatization, trailed by a course rectification, in the games business. Have an extraordinary coming week.