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Just thought I'd post this here because I've been observing the AI and despite having played Anno 1800 many times before, I only just noticed that the AI is able to build its marketplace very far away from the main port when starting a new game. I don't know if this is normal, so I've attached a screenie below to see what any of you think about this? https://imgur.com/WxSR2Gb
Just an update. I shut down my PC earlier this morning and only just turned it on now. As soon as I turned it on, something started to download in the background. Now, I didn't know at first what was downloading but when I clicked on Ubisoft's app "UPlay" on my desktop, it asked me if it could make changes to my PC, which I accepted. As soon as it finished downloading, I launched the Anno 1800 and I was greeted with a pop-up message stating that High Life is now available as part of my Season 3 Pass collection.
Anyway, this is my advice.
1) Verify your Anno 1800 files.
2) Turn off your PCs before turning them on again (restart) and click on your Ubisoft app or "UPlay" on your desktop to launch it. Your app should then notify you that it wants to make changes to your computer through a series of flashes on your desktop. Accept all of these and just wait because it should start to download High Life.
3) If you have Google as your default browser, then you should see the green download bar grow on your taskbar. All this simply means is that the dlc is being downloaded.
4) Once finished, simply launch Anno 1800 by clicking the "Play" button, and voila! You should now have High Life as part of your Season 3 Pass collection.
If none of the above works, simply verify your Anno 1800 game files and repeat the above.
PLEASE NOTE! Mods do affect content from being downloaded. So, please be aware of this as running mods at the same time with the main game is a preference and not a necessity. Ubisoft's liability also doesn't cover mods, which means they cannot help anyone running mods with the main game. Disable these mods first before seeking any further assistance.