On the very same day that post-launch support for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla ends, the open-world experience will certainly be readily available on Steam’s industry. The game had actually been an Epic Games Store special for computer gamers given that its launch on Nov. 10, 2020 — greater than 2 years back.
Ubisoft validated the listing with a short acknowledgment to Eurogamer on Monday. The game will certainly be signed up with by Anno 1800 as well as Roller Champions amongst Ubisoft computer titles releasing on Steam following their launch in other places. Roller Champions, a free-to-play game additionally readily available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, as well as Xbox One released in May. PC-only Anno 1800 released in 2019.
Anno 1800, an historical technique game, had actually been provided for pre-sale on Steam prior to its April 2019 launch, when the author obviously became part of a special plan with the Epic Games Store, which during that time was hardly 4 months old. Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 as well as Ghost Recon Breakpoint additionally launched exclusively for COMPUTER on the Epic Games Store that year. (Ubisoft additionally offers its very own games via its own PC marketplace and launcher.)
If absolutely nothing else, it validates that Ubisoft’s exclusivity plan with Epic covered the life-span of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla as a proactively sustained title. The Division 2 is still delivering seasonal multiplayer content, however post-launch assistance for Ghost Recon Breakpoint ended this spring. Neither are readily available on Steam.