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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Feb 22, 2021, 13:11
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The Half Elf wrote on Feb 21, 2021, 22:37:
The reason for the Epic exclusive is greed pure and simple. Many developers have stated that their sales on Steam outweigh their sales on EGS significantly. Hell wasn't there a dev that said they sold more in the first weekend on Steam then their combined? There are also other games that have lied through their teeth saying the extra money from EGS went into making their game better (Mechwarrior 5 I'm looking at you), and it clearly didn't.
I mean basically a dev has a choice to get a game fully funded to a minimal profit level in advance of release (so even if it's crappy it won't bankrupt the entire studio), or go the normal route. And they know they will pickup much of those extra sales after a year when they still release on steam anyway.
So for studios on the edge (which is most of them), it's hard to blame them too much for taking that giant up front payment from epic. Unless they get lazy about it and throw out some hot garbage and call it a day.
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