Hitman: Absolution’s online pass no longer required to play Contracts mode
Square Enix has scrapped the online pass required to play Hitman Absolution’s Contracts mode, a post on the game’s official blog.
The publisher decided that it was better if everyone could play the game mode, rather than restricting owners without an online pass code.
Here’s the official word:
We’re so excited that Hitman: Absolution is launching next week! In particular, we’re looking forward to all of the amazing ways players can challenge each other in the innovative CONTRACTS mode – where you get to call the shots.
We’d actually planned to have this mode accessible via a code in the game’s box, but we really want to make it available to anybody that plays the game – so we want to take a new approach.
If you’re in North America you’ll see the mode automatically appear in the game menu. If you’re elsewhere, you can redeem the code inside the box, or you can simply select the BUY CONTRACTS PASS option. From there, head to the store where CONTRACTS will be free to access.
The only thing you need to worry about then is just how challenging your CONTRACT will be. See you online!
The game hits shelves tomorrow across the world.