Ubisoft seems serious about going back to Steam for its own games. Next week, the next two titles will be added.
After a long absence, Ubisoft has announced the intention to place its own games back on Steam. And this was underpinned when the Assassins Creed first started: Valhalla became one of the most popular studio titles since December 6th. The project will be emphasized again in the coming week.
Two more current titles will also be available on Steam for the PC in the coming days. After the revolution drew the end of Valhalla on December 8, 1800, roller champions and immortals are now on the agenda, as is the case in the past.
First of all, you can expect to see Roller Champions on Steam in this regard. It’s going to be possible from the 13th of December on the Valve platform. The PvP free sports game was released in June of this year. We’re chasing rivalry in three-village. We have to get the ball ready to cross between the players’ eyes and save it.
Immortals: Fenyx Rising is a game that takes place on October 15th. There is a Gold Edition, with the Season Pass. This pass includes three pieces of DLC: A New God, Myths of Eastern Realm and Lost Gods. The special coveted “When the Road Gets Rocky” bonus quest also includes other digital content.
The action-adventure was developed first by the name Gods and Monsters, and was released on December 3, 2020.
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The Lost Gods are the final chapter of the Deaths of the Lost Gods. But this time you play from a completely new perspective. Well tell you if the switch works.