MADRID, 18 Apr. (Portaltic/EP) –
Bethesda has announced that it will allow migrate PC games from Bethesda.netyour launcher service, to Steam from next April 27 and you will have until May 11 to continue accessing these titles from the original application.
The American company dedicated to the development and distribution of video games has already advanced the closure of Bethesda.net and its subsequent migration of content on February 23. Access to these PC titles will be free on Steam.
Bethesda clarifies in its new statement the date on which the migration will begin, April 27, which includes both the game library and the user’s portfolio to ensure that they leave nothing behind in the ‘move’. The user will still be able to access their titles in the Bethesda.net app until May 11.
The migration of most Bethesda games (in addition to virtual currency balances and add-ons such as downloadable content and skins) will include game progress and saved games.
However, although this migration will be mainly automatic, some game saves will need to be transferred manually, with the exception of Wolfenstein: Youngblood, for which this process is currently unavailable.
Bethesda promises that you will still be able to use your Bethesda.net account to sign in and play games on Steam, and access games and services like mods, in-game items like skins, exclusive news and updates. In addition, the company will continue to support all accounts in future titles.
Games ported to Steam will continue to be in the same languages, and the Bethesda.net friends list will remain intact as well. Users will still have access to their games and will be able to migrate the library after the app is disabled, and redeem game codes on Steam once the migration is available if they have not been redeemed before the deadline.
Additionally, the migration process will bring all Bethesda titles not already on Steam to Steam. This includes The Elder Scrolls: Arena, The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall, the Fallout 4 Creation Kit, Skyrim Special Edition, and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory. In fact, the Fallout 76 Public Test Server (PPS) It is also available on Steam now.
Those users who already have the same game on both Steam and Bethesda.net and want to get an additional copy of it, will need to set up another Steam account for each Bethesda.net account and then link them separately. Once this is done, it will only be necessary to log in to each of them and carry out the migration. In this case, the developer does not guarantee that the objects that were in the Steam version will remain unchanged.
Prior to migration, users will have the opportunity to unlink their Bethesda.net account from Steam a limited number of times, if someone makes a mistake and links the one that is not. Once the process is done, you will have to reinstall the games on Steam that were not previously installed in order to be executed.