Ubisoft has stopped releasing its games on Steam since 2019, focusing on its Ubisoft Connect service and partnership with the Epic Games Store, however, the French publisher may return to the Valve platform soon.
This is indicated by what was found in the Ubisoft Connect code mention role-playing action Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla for Steam. Nakhodu made a dataminer under the nickname YoobieRE in the process of reverse engineering the Ubisoft launcher.
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla was released in November 2020, but the PC version of the game only appeared on Ubisoft Connect and the Epic Games Store.
At the same time, the Steam version of Valhalla was mentioned in last year’s leak from the GeForce NOW database, which declassified a lot of unannounced titles and ports at that time.
In addition, last year the head of Ubisoft Yves Guillemot allowedthat the company could start releasing its games on the Steam Deck portable console if the device’s popularity is high enough.
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