Could someone explain it like I’m five? I just want to play it like every other video game, where I start the game, and I don’t see a menu until I’m ready to stop playing. This whole having to exit to the main menu, manually select Hitman 3, then manually select the campaign, then manually select which mission or cinematic in the campaign I want to do is a massive pain.
I tried asking on Reddit, people told me I was supposed to be doing it under the destinations tab (I’m not sure why the campaign wouldn’t be under the campaign tab but whatever), but that didn’t work either.
Since Hitman levels are sandboxes designed for replayability, it makes perfect sense that you have a menu at the end of every mission. Most of the time people will want to play the level again and do things in a different way or explore more. Or, they have already completed the campaign and came back to play one level, and now it’s done they’re ready to exit to menu and jump into something else.
I just want to play it like every other video game
You must have a very narrow experience with games, as there are many games that behave similarly to this. I first think back to the Tony Hawk’s games on PS, which had a similar structure in that levels were made to be replayed over and over or switched between until you’re ready to select another one.
Gee, how incredibly helpful, thank you so much, you’ve made my experience in this game and in this community so much better by your mere presence.
I’ve played tons of games that offer the same functionality. But, like sensible human beings, they have one tab where you can play the game like a sandbox, and another where you can play the campaign. They don’t have two tabs with different names that do the same thing
What made you think that? I took all the time to write a detailed explanation that addresses your comments as much as possible and gives a broader perspective. I didn’t intentionally try to condescend or get snarky or defensive. But sorry if it came across that way.