First, you need to know that you can bring levels from the first game and the second game into Hitman 3. However, the same issue is nonexistent for owners of Xbox One & series X, PS4, as the game offers data import for free.
Hitman 3 will be released on January 20 and IO Interactive has just released the launch trailer, offering eager fans a small taste of what's to come this week.
More information on how this will work will be available "in the coming weeks", meaning this fix may not be in place in time for the game's launch in a few days time. Similarly, as Hitman 2 contained the entirety of the primary game's missions, The game will contain the entirety of the content from the two past titles. Chew on it we will too, as Hitman 3 looks like it's going to successfully build on Hitman 2's already solid foundations. The implementation of virtual reality has gotten lots of people excited as now you'll be able to actually step into the shoes of Agent 47 rather than always follow him in third-person view with his glaringly obvious barcode on the back of his perfectly shaved bald head.
The Standard Edition (£54.99) comes with the game plus a Trinity Pack provided you purchase the game before its release date. For instance, PlayStation to PlayStation, Xbox to Xbox, and Steam to the Epic Games Store. As a salve, the team is offering the Game of the Year Access Pass for 2016's Hitman for free to anyone who purchases Hitman 3 prior to or within the first 10 days of launch. Progression meanwhile will still be able to be carried over immediately by signing into both games with an IO Account. Much more noteworthy is that IO obviously figured out how to fit every one of the three games under 100 GB. They were angry instead since it was the same as repurchasing the game again.