Dataminers have found new evidence of Ubisofts return to Steam

Dataminers have found new evidence of Ubisoft’s return to Steam – Assassin’s Creed Valhalla may be released on the Valve store

portal PC gamer drew attention to new signals that could indicate the imminent return of French publisher Ubisoft to the digital distribution service Steam.

    Image source: Ubisoft

Image source: Ubisoft

As a reminder, Ubisoft has stopped releasing its games on Steam since 2019. After the conclusion of Trials Rising and starting with Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, all PC versions of the publisher’s projects were released only on Ubisoft Connect and the Epic Games Store.

Last November, the package of standard Steam applications was replenished with the Ubisoft Connect client, and in November of this year YoobieRE dataminers arrived Database Ubisoft Connect itself mentions Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Roller Champions for Steam.

It is understood that these games will require the Ubisoft Connect client to be running when released on Steam. At least that’s the case with the integration of Ubisoft projects into the Epic Games Store and the Steam version of Rainbow Six Siege.

In recent years, more and more publishers are returning to Steam. Games from EA, Microsoft and Activision are back in Valve’s Digital Store and are succeeding: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, for example, is available for PC twice as good as current parts.

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