Hitman 3 PC Release Will Be An Epic Games Store Exclusive
Hitman 3 was officially revealed earlier this summer as the grand conclusion to the World of Assassination trilogy, and a later reveal showed off VR support for all three titles. We know the next installment is coming early next year, but we’ve now learned that the PC version will be exclusive to the Epic Games Store.
IO Interactive recently revealed a new location players will be travelling to in Hitman 3 when it arrives next year. Dartmoor, England will be the location of The Thornbridge Mystery, where Agent 47 will be tasked with solving said mystery. However, it was in the same post on their website where they disclosed that the upcoming game will be exclusive to the Epic Games Store for 12 months.
— IO Interactive (@IOInteractive) August 20, 2020
For those worried about their collection on Steam, IOI has assured players that they will be able to bring their progression and unlocks from Hitman 2 to the Epic Games Store version of Hitman 3. In addition to this, locations from the first two entries will also be able to be imported to the upcoming installment. Rest assured, IOI has fans covered.
Plus, the first Hitman entry in the World of Assassination trilogy will be free on the Epic Games Store from August 27th until September 3rd. Hitman 2 is currently the only one not listed on the Store, but one might assume that it will be coming to the launcher as well at some point before Hitman 3 arrives, which will be January 2021 for PC, PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. Keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as this story develops, and for other gaming goodness going on right now, check out the following:
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