Assassin’s Creed Valhalla comes to Steam after Ubisoft’s 3-year drought
Ubisoft’s flagship franchise returns to Steam, with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla arriving alongside the game’s final DLC expansion.
After years of putting its PC titles exclusively on the Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Connect, Ubisoft is once again releasing games like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla on Steam. Although he is already two years old, valhalla is still being supported with a final content update that will tie up the remaining loose ends for the game’s story. with valhallaFinishing ongoing development, more players than ever will be able to experience the title with all its content.
The Steam page for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is now live and the game will launch along with its final DLC on December 6, 2022. Unfortunately, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will not receive New Game+ with the expansion. However, Ubisoft fans on Steam have more content to look forward to; seconds Eurogamerother Ubisoft titles it will also be coming to Steam. Year 1800 returns to Steam after being delisted in 2019 and Champions of reels, which just came out in May, will also be coming to the platform. Besides the confirmation of the titles coming to Steam, no official release window has been given for them at this time.
AC Valhalla shows that Ubisoft has not ended its relationship with Valve
With Ubisoft’s flagship series returning to Steam, other titles from the company could follow suit. Following Ubisoft’s partnership with Epic and its attempts to push its own store, other releases from the developer such as Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Division 2i Watch Dogs: Legion they were also kept off Steam. Even if Ubisoft isn’t updating games like Watch Dogs: Legion and some of its other titles, users who primarily rely on Steam would probably still appreciate its inclusion. No updates have been given on these games specifically, but in a statement that Ubisoft spokeswoman Jessica Roache made to The Virgin, it was said that the company has never ended its relationship with Valve. With that in mind, Steam users may see more Ubisoft games hit the store in the future.
For Assassin’s Creed fans, there is more content on the horizon than just DLC. The next installment in the franchise, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, is slated for release in 2023. Currently, the title can only be purchased from Epic Games and Ubisoft’s own online store for PC, but given this recent news, there’s a chance the game could be coming to Steam as well. Information about Assassin’s CreedBasim’s spin-off game is still light, and that’s especially true of its potential Steam release. Since the game launches next year, Steam users will find out soon enough mirage they will be available or not.
On all platforms, fans can try out the latest expansion to arrive Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. While it won’t include New Game+, players entering the title for the first time on Steam will be able to experience all of its post-launch content. Steam users waiting for the game can add it to their wishlist now before it’s officially available on the store.
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Source: Steam (via Eurogamer), The Verge