Ubisoft will re-release games on Steam starting with ‘Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’ on December 6

MADRID, 22 Nov. (Portaltic/EP) –

Ubisoft has reported that will include your video games on the digital distribution platform Steam againBeginning with ‘Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’which will be available from 6th of Decemberand continuing with ‘Anno 1800’ and ‘Roller Champions’, which will come later.

The video game developer company will resume its relations with Valve after four years in which it has been focused on the digital store Epic Games Store and on his own distribution service, Connect.

The decision was made within the framework of a “constant evaluation” on how to expand your games to different audiences “wherever they are”, while offering a “consistent player ecosystem through Ubisoft Connect”, a spokesperson has insisted in statements to Eurogamer.

As for ‘Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’, it will land on the platform coinciding with the last update of in-game content on December 6. Is about ‘Last Chapter’a free epilogue that will tell the end of the story of its protagonist Eivor and will close the plot of the game.

However, the company has reported that will not implement a New Game+ update, despite the fact that it has been highly acclaimed by fans of the game. As he explained, ‘Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’ was created as a “unique experience”, very different from its predecessors in its structure.

In this sense, when investigating the implementation of New Game +, which game mode allows you to restart the history when completing it, maintaining some advantages, the developers have considered that “the depth of the game created limited options to make replayability unique and rewarding.”

However, Ubisoft has indicated that they will have more content and that they keep “some more surprises” for his final farewell with the new title update. Originally released for PC via Ubisoft Connect and the Epic Games Store in 2020, this installment of Assassin’s Creed will no longer be the only game in the franchise not released on Steam.

Likewise, the Ubisoft spokesperson has also confirmed that the game city ​​builder ‘Anno 1800’ and free-to-play ‘Roller Champions’ will be next games included in Steam, after the launch of ‘Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’, on a date yet to be determined.

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