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Ryuu96 said:

6 million more than what is currently tracked?



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Ryuu96 said:

And reward claimed.



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DroidKnight said:
Ryuu96 said:

6 million more than what is currently tracked?

It is possible. But not definite. Famitsu reports 49.89 million for Xbox One.



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smroadkill15 said:

Game Pass is already delivering this year. Hitman is exactly what I need. Can you play all the Hitman 1&2 levels in Hitman 3?

Yes, but I don't believe that you get the achievements for Hitman 1 and 2 if you do that, which is a shame. 



smroadkill15 said:

Game Pass is already delivering this year. Hitman is exactly what I need. Can you play all the Hitman 1&2 levels in Hitman 3?

If you own all 3 games, yes you can. Not sure how that would apply through having access via GP, if they will allow you to download the access passes you need for Hitman 3 to download the levels from 1+2. I'd assume that they'll let you do so, cus why not...but couldn't say for certain.



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shikamaru317 said:
smroadkill15 said:

Game Pass is already delivering this year. Hitman is exactly what I need. Can you play all the Hitman 1&2 levels in Hitman 3?

Yes, but I don't believe that you get the achievements for Hitman 1 and 2 if you do that, which is a shame. 

No, you won't get the achievements that way. Hitman 1 and 2 chievos are completely separate, and you can get every single Hitman 1 chievo again inside of Hitman 2 if you're so inclined. However, you get a one time save transfer from Hitman 2 to 3, and that will allow you to automatically unlock any chievos from 2 that are present again within Hitman 3 (which is substantial, but much more condensed than the complete replication from 1 to 2).



Angelus said:
shikamaru317 said:

Yes, but I don't believe that you get the achievements for Hitman 1 and 2 if you do that, which is a shame. 

No, you won't get the achievements that way. Hitman 1 and 2 chievos are completely separate, and you can get every single Hitman 1 chievo again inside of Hitman 2 if you're so inclined. However, you get a one time save transfer from Hitman 2 to 3, and that will allow you to automatically unlock any chievos from 2 that are present again within Hitman 3 (which is substantial, but much more condensed than the complete replication from 1 to 2).

That is what I thought. Your best bet if you are an achievement hunter is to play Hitman 1, unlock all achievements in it, transfer to Hitman 2 to double your gamerscore for beating Hitman 1, then get all Hitman 2 achievements, then transfer it to 3 to get some Hitman 3 achievements out of the way, and then replay all of the Hitman 1 and 2 levels one last time with the prettier graphics from the Hitman 3 engine. Then play Hitman 3 as normal. 



shikamaru317 said:
Angelus said:

No, you won't get the achievements that way. Hitman 1 and 2 chievos are completely separate, and you can get every single Hitman 1 chievo again inside of Hitman 2 if you're so inclined. However, you get a one time save transfer from Hitman 2 to 3, and that will allow you to automatically unlock any chievos from 2 that are present again within Hitman 3 (which is substantial, but much more condensed than the complete replication from 1 to 2).

That is what I thought. Your best bet if you are an achievement hunter is to play Hitman 1, unlock all achievements in it, transfer to Hitman 2 to double your gamerscore for beating Hitman 1, then get all Hitman 2 achievements, then transfer it to 3 to get some Hitman 3 achievements out of the way, and then replay all of the Hitman 1 and 2 levels one last time with the prettier graphics from the Hitman 3 engine. Then play Hitman 3 as normal. 

I don't believe there's a transfer option from 1 to 2. You gotta just do everything again there, as far as I'm aware.





Hitman 3 - yes!