When I try to manually update through Manage Downloads on Steam it perpetually schedules the update forward 5 minutes. I reinstalled the game, that was the only solution I could find, it works now. Deleted the appmanifest_236870from Program Files/Steamlibrary/Steamapps2. Go into the steam library and clicked "install" on Hitman*Couple of minutes to recheck all files, and now it's working.But I also found some users on Steam replacing a file, I didn't trust it but apparently it worked for some others. If you continue getting this error, please make a support ticket Here and a representative will assist you as soon as possible.Steam version Auto patching should be working fine on the Steam platform, just launch the game and you will be on the 2.1 version (you can check it on the main menu at the bottom right hand corner of the game).
In order to fix this issue, we strongly recommend that you follow the steps below: How to update your game (all versions) to the 2.1.0 version: Uplay version If you are not at v1.8.0 or v2.0.0, you may need to launch the game a few more times, until you are updated to the correct version.4.This prevents Portage from managing the Steam client updates or the software installed by it.The Steam client is solely responsible for managing software installation and updates.Anyway, I'm getting a weird error when trying to start my game all of a sudden.Says "An error occurred while updating HITMAN (content still encrypted)". I've already done everything Steam support suggests. Yes I have, every time I tried doing that it freezes at 0%.) which you can open directly in the Ubuntu Software Center app. It appears it does not show up in the launchbar, but you can search for it (tap the Windows button) and launch it.