Ubisoft is pushing more games to Steam. The game maker is trying to make its games available to everyone as it is reported to launch Far Cry 6 among other popular titles for Steam starting next month.
This is great news for Steam users as they will no longer need a separate app, the Epic Games Store in this case, just to play certain Ubisoft titles.
Far Cry 6 and others coming to Steam next month
Ubisoft is bringing Far Cry 6, Riders Republic, Rainbow Six Extraction and Monopoly Madness to Steam. These four games will arrive on Steam on May 11th, June 8th, June 15th and June 22nd respectively.
In case you’re unaware, Ubisoft left Steam in 2019 as it saw an increase in pre-orders for The Division 2 on its own storefront. Also, the decision was said to save the firm some of the costs it had to pay to Valve to list its games on Steam.
However, it started bringing its games back to Steam in the winter of last year. Since then it has brought titles like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Anno 1880 to name a few.
The reason for its arrival on Steam was justified by the accessibility of its games. The company said it is “continually evaluating how best to bring our games to different audiences where they belong,” in a statement a while ago.
It may have to do with Valve’s userbase of Steam. There’s no doubt that Steam is a great game platform and could help Ubisoft sell a few more copies of its games.
It’s worth noting that two popular titles, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Far Cry 6 (more to come), have received 4.5+ stars on the Epic Games Store. The former is already available on Steam with mixed reviews.
If you are interested in grabbing the game, wait for the sale as you can get it for as low as Rs 1,000. Now its price is Rs 2,999.
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