Ubisoft returns to the Steam store with the first release of Assassin’s Creed: Viking Age – Engadget 中文版

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After nearly four years of focusing on the Epic Games Store and its own Connect launcher, Ubisoft has finally announced its return to the Steam store. The first will be “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla” on December 6, “Brave New World 1800” (Anno 1800)1 and the free “Roller Champions” will also join.

Responding to Eurogamer, a Ubi spokesperson said they continue to evaluate where gamers are located, while also offering games through their own Ubisoft Connect. “Assassin’s Creed: Viking Age” will launch a new expansion pack “The Last Chapter” on the same day, so assassin fans who stick to the Steam platform can get the new version of the game content immediately.

When Ubisoft pre-sold “Tom Clancy: The Division 2” (The Division 2) in 2019, it began switching to the Epic Games Store, which does not require a 30% profit share, based on commercial considerations, and also allegedly has 6 times Multiple order numbers. However, time has proven that Steam’s huge player base cannot be ignored, and they have launched more Steam Deck hosts.

Speaking of Steam, they also announced that they will have a fall sale starting on November 23rd on our side, “Hitman 3”, “Stray”, “Hades”, “Death Cycle” “(Deathloop), “Cyberpunk 2077” , “God of War”, “Disco Elysium”, “Dragon Among Men 7: Where Light and Darkness Go” (Yakuza: Like a Dragon) and other works will have discounts.

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