HITMAN 3 Location Imports Now Available

IO Interactive now offers a PC Location Importing Guide for HITMAN 3 players, as it is now possible to import locations from their copies of HITMAN 1 and HITMAN 2 at no additional cost (thanks IGN). The process seems pretty straightforward, but they urge care in following the instructions, as it cannot be undone or reversed. Here's an outline:
PC players who own HITMAN 1 or HITMAN 2 are now able to import locations from those games into HITMAN 3 at no additional cost. After signing in to their IOI Account, PC players will need to follow a simple 3-step process to import their locations into HITMAN 3.

The three-step process for importing locations into HITMAN 3 on PC:

  1. Read the instructions
  2. Review your accounts
  3. Claim content / import locations

A few important things before getting started

  • Double check all your choices before claiming content. They cannot be undone or reversed.
  • The content you claim will be an ‘Access Pass DLC’. For example, if you own HITMAN 2, you can claim the HITMAN 2 Access Pass. It’s that simple.
  • Once you have claimed an Access Pass, restart HITMAN 3 to access the relevant content. (There are no codes you need to redeem.)
  • We recommend using a PC browser, the location importing site is not fully optimised for mobile browsers.

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Re: HITMAN 3 Location Imports Now Available
Feb 22, 2021, 12:48
Re: HITMAN 3 Location Imports Now Available Feb 22, 2021, 12:48
Feb 22, 2021, 12:48
Blockenstein wrote on Feb 22, 2021, 10:43:
The features you dismissed with your "gimme a break" comment are exactly why games on EGS are sub-standard. Epic laid out a roadmap almost two years ago laying out all the features they would bring to EGS 'soon', which included most of the standard things everyone expects from a modern digital storefront. They missed every milestone and never delivered on any of it. If your game and/or platform is lacking features that are standard everywhere else, then by definition your product is sub-standard. That is literally what it means.
I haven't looked at their roadmap, but I think Epic has implemented cloud saves, DLC, wishlists, refunds and a download manager in the last few years. So they must have achieved some of their goals.

Aside from chat, achievements and multiplayer, I can think of the following benefits that Steam offers:
- Proton to support Linux gaming
- Physical gift cards for people who want to buy digital games with cash
- Remote Play to stream to a TV or other device in the home
- Steam Link to stream to tablets, phones and other devices
- Remote Play Together to play co-op games with friends on a single account
- Steam Workshop for games that don't have all their mods hosted on NexusMods or the like
- Global controller remapping
- Family share to let more than one person play games from the same account
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