After more than three years, Ubisoft has decided to re-publish its games on Valve’s Steam platform🇧🇷 The first title of the French publisher to appear in the store will be Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, as of December 6. The game was originally released in 2020 and was only available via the Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Connect on PC.
The confirmation came from Jessica Roche, a spokeswoman for the company, on Monday (21) in a note to various media outlets. In the sequence, I also confirmed that games like Roller Champions And the 1800🇧🇷 which was removed from Steam in 2019It will also be released on the platform soon.
“We’re always evaluating how to present our games to different audiences no matter where they are, while providing a consistent communication system for players through Ubisoft Connect”The note says. “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Anno 1800, and Roller Champions Among Ubisoft Titles Coming to Steam.”
It remains unclear whether this decision symbolizes an eventual comeback or if only select titles will be considered in the future. But this is not surprising, because in October, Steam has reached the 30 million concurrent users mark on the platform 🇧🇷 beating the previous record of nearly 28 million in 2021🇧🇷
December 6th is particularly symbolic because it marks the arrival of finale Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla🇧🇷 This will be a free update🇧🇷 The content is called final chapter As the name suggests, outstanding issues in Ivor’s history must be settled.
Remember, Ubisoft is also a A very ambitious future for the privilege Doctrine killer Naturally, she wants as many people as possible to be able to access the content from now on. In addition to Assassin’s Creed Miragescheduled for 2023, the company is also working on four more games that will be integrated into the game Codename Infinity 🇧🇷 A kind of hub that will bring together different experiences from the franchise.
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