Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has been available for over two years, but it appears the game may soon be published on a different platform. A Steam version of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has reportedly just been uploaded to Ubisoft Connect’s database, as noted by the GamingLeaksAndRumors subreddit. That could indicate that a Steam version is indeed coming, but until Ubisoft makes a formal announcement, readers should take everything with a grain of salt.
In preference to the Epic Games Store and the Uplay Store, Ubisoft often steers clear of publishing games on Steam. The publisher gained notoriety earlier this year when it took numerous older titles off of Steam’s selling list, raising questions about whether they would still be playable. A policy change could be forthcoming if Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is released on the platform. Owners of Steam Decks would be thrilled to hear that, and it’s feasible that the portable device may provide Ubisoft with the push it needs to resume collaboration with Valve. Unfortunately, until we hear something specific from the corporation, everything is just conjecture.
In November 2020, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla made its premiere. The game, which is the most recent installment in the main series, casts players as the Viking Eivor. Users on the GamingLeaksandRumors subreddit have shown interest in a hypothetical “full” edition of the game, which would include every piece of DLC that Ubisoft has published since the game’s initial release. Anyone who hasn’t played it yet may find it to be a good inducement.
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