Assassin’s Creed Valhalla comes to Steam, no longer an Epic exclusive
Same day post-launch support for Belief Assassin Valhalla end, the open world adventure will be available on Steam’s marketplace. The game has been exclusively available to PC players by the Epic Games Store since its launch on November 10, 2020 — more than two years ago.
Ubisoft confirmed the listing with a short thank you to Eurogamer in Monday. The game will be joined by Anno 1800 and roller champion of Ubisoft’s PC titles launching on Steam after they’ve been released elsewhere. roller champion, a free game also available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One released in May. PC only Anno 1800 Launched in 2019.
Anno 1800, a historic strategy game, was listed for pre-sale on Steam ahead of its April 2019 launch, when the publisher appeared to have entered into an exclusivity deal with the Epic Games Store, at the time. only four months old. by Ubisoft Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 and Ghost scout Stop point also exclusive launch for PC on the Epic Games Store that year. (Ubisoft also sells its own games through its own PC launcher and market.)
If nothing else, it confirms that Ubisoft’s exclusive deal with Epic has extended the life of Belief Assassin Valhalla as an actively supported title. 2nd Division To be still offers seasonal multiplayer contentbut post-launch support for Ghost Recon Breakpoint end this spring. Not available on Steam.