If you look at Hitman 3 discussion, you will find that all tendencies focused on gameplay are extremely positive. Hitman is known as a first-rate steward title, one of the best in the industry. So why are the steam critics of play so mediocre?
Unfortunately, there is a small dance that people have to do before playing a game. You have to buy it – and for Hitman, this process is a little more complicated than some players would like it. And because this experience is universal, it will inevitably be shared in the criticism of the game.
First of all, there is a problem that is too common for progress that does not continue between the versions of the game. It is not uncommon for games to come out like this one, but it’s always a little disappointing to see.
Second, there is the price. The game has just been released on Steam at the same price as its Epic Games Store counterpart. It just seems at first sight, although some factors complicate things. Launch sales are common on windows such as Steam, older titles see more sales and EPIC Games Store has already offered players with important discounts repeatedly. Many players have the impression that the total price is just not worth it. Even worse, prices vary from region to region, sometimes significantly.
Third, there are too many different editions of the game to go. There is a standard edition, a Deluxe edition, a trilogy, premium complementary modules and many others. Many players have trouble determining where the content they want is, and “trying to get the best value for money” has become a difficult task.