After Ubisoft prepared a few months ago Return to Steam announced and implemented, the next batch of games is now coming. Soon the French publisher will, among other things Far Cry 6 bring to Steam.
This has been revealed by Ubisoft via several Steam product pages. Just last year the company returned to Valve’s platform, after previously publishing the games partially exclusively in the Epic Games Store. Anyone who has refrained from making a purchase because of this can soon think again.
Ubisoft: Far Cry 6 and more are coming to Steam
After the first waves, four more Ubisoft games are now coming to Steam, which were previously only available in their own shop or in the Epic Games Store. It starts with Far Cry 6, which was already released on 11. May 2023 and will therefore be available on Steam about a year and a half after the first release. An award for the open-world shooter, who could not convince us in the test across the boardis not yet clear.
Am 8. Juneand thus also a good year and a half later after the original release, will appear then Riders Republic on Steam. The extreme sports game is then followed by Rainbow Six Extraction am 15. Junewhile on 22. Junewith Monopoly Madness, a spin-off of the classic board game, is the current conclusion of the Ubisoft Steam offensive.
There is also no price for the other three games. However, it is likely that all games accompanying the Steam release will be offered at a correspondingly large discount. At least that was before Anno 1800, The Division 2 or Assassin’s Creed Valhalla the case.
Ubisoft Connect is still required
As with all recently released games, Far Cry 6 or Rainbow Six Extraction via Steam will still require an account with Ubisoft Connect. A connection to the Ubisoft client remains and is not optional.
With the current wave of new releases, the contingent of Ubisoft games that are not yet available on Steam is slowly being emptied. was last The Settlers: New Alliances, which revealed some weaknesses in the test, still partially exclusive to the Epic Games Store. It remains to be seen whether Ubisoft will also follow this path with future releases and only serve Steam later.