Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Ubisoft games returning to Steam in the future
Just in time for the Christmas season, the French publisher has a surprise in store for all Steam gamers. As announced by the company, many more titles should once again be available via Valve’s distribution platform. Among other things, we are talking about Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Plus Anno 1800 and Roller Champions.
For more than three years, there has been no trace of many Ubisoft games on Steam. This is due to the high commissions that Valve charges on its platform. Game developers have to pay nearly a third to Valve. On the other hand, on the Epic Games Store, it’s only worth 12%.
The publisher also runs its own launcher. In the past, there have been attempts to convince gamers to install various free games. Besides, it can Ubisoft + tested for free will. It is not known why the French changed their minds now.
The Viking Valhalla adventure will be available on Steam on December 6, 2022. There are no dates for the other titles yet.
Anyone who is now toying with the idea of securing the newest branch of the franchise will find one Hardwareluxx alluded to From Assassin’s Creed Valhalla over here. The title is initially set in medieval Norway and England, where a bitter conflict rages between the Anglo-Saxons and the Danes. In the middle is Viking Eivor.