Three Ubisoft games announce their release on Steam after three years without releases.
After three years missing on Steam, Ubisoft has decided to offer its games on the Valve platform again. After wanting to boost their releases on their Uplay service by later releasing their titles on the Epic Games Store, the creators of Assassin’s Creed are now returning to one of the leading PC game stores.
In fact, Ubisoft has bet on Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla as their first release on Steam in three years. The last installment of the assassins will be re-released on December 6, two years after its original premiere. “We constantly evaluate bringing our games to different audiences wherever they are, while also providing a consistent ecosystem through Ubisoft Connect.“A Ubisoft representative clarified when the news was released.
In addition to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Ubisoft has confirmed that Anno 1800 and Roller Champions are also coming to Steam, which gives players hope that other past titles that bypassed the platform will end up arriving now. Likewise, the decision opens the doors for linear premieres to be produced again to those of other platforms.
What Steam Players Have Been Missing
Starlink: Battle for Atlas was the last Ubisoft release on Steam back in April 2019.. In this way, players on the Valve platform have missed out on great releases such as The Division 2, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Watch Dogs Legion, Immortals Fenyx Rising or Far Cry 6, being forced to go to Ubisoft Play, Epic Games Store or consoles. . However, titles that have already been released, such as For Honor, have received support and added post-launch content.
It is unknown now if the next releases from Ubisoft will arrive on Steam close to their release window or years later. In 2023, Assassin’s Creed Miragethe return of the saga to its origins, and Avatar: Frontiers of Pandoraafter the second film by James Cameron, will be some of the great news.