Confirmed – Ubisoft is returning to Steam after a three-year hiatus


And it will expand the stale backwaters of the game offer with its top blockbusters. But irony aside, there was speculation about a return and lo and behold, here it is.

After all, a few days ago I wrote a news story about a leaked code that suggested that Ubisoft might be getting ready to come back and offer games on Steam again. Recall that Ubisoft recommended itself in 2019 and since then it has been operating on its own platform and the Ubisoft Connect client. But now we know that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will appear on Steam on December 6th. In addition to this obvious money maker, Anno 1800 and the Roller Championship are coming up. Other big brands like Far Cry or Watch Dogs have not yet been commented by Ubisoft.

However, if you wanted to play without the cumbersome Ubisoft Connect, you will be disappointed. You will almost certainly need to have the client installed. As a result, it will not matter if you buy the game directly from Ubisoft or on Steam. A question mark still hangs over the Ubisoft+ prepaid service, whether it will also be available through Steam. For example, a similar EA Play service is available in this way. Either way, there will be more games on Steam and that counts.


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