It was on July 15th of this year that Valve announced Steam Deck, its new portable PC and console that allows everyone to play any title they have in their Steam library and even from other platforms as it is possible to install Windows and on this platform. , thus, all kinds of applications and games.
One of the main game companies today is the giant Ubisoft and many of its titles are present on Steam, but despite this, in 2019 Ubisoft signed an exclusive contract with the Epic Games Store after a quarrel with the Valve store and since so Ubisoft never released any titles on Steam again.
Games like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, Watch Dogs: Legion, Far Cry 6, Tom Clancy’s Raimbow Six Extraction, and many more have not and will not make it to Steam but only to the Epic Games Store, which annoys millions of Steam users , but now that can finally change.
After the unveiling of Steam Deck by Valve, this became the subject of conversation on the internet and impressed millions of people and companies/game studios who were not expecting the equipment and one of those same studios was Ubisoft and also Epic Games.
At a recent conference, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot was very impressed and happy with Valve’s equipment and said, “We are delighted to see the launch of the Steam Deck. This shows the continuity of a flow of new equipment to be launched on the market. We’ll see how it does and if it’s big, we can put our games on it.”
After these words by Yves Guillemont it is possible to assume that Ubisoft will finally return to Steam, bringing numerous titles, in 2022 as the Steam Deck, despite not yet being released, is already being a huge success as it has already sold out in the US and many other countries in the world and there are even scalpers selling the equipment for over 4000$ on eBay.
Although it has not yet returned to the digital store, the countless Ubisoft titles present on Steam will work at 100% on the new Steam Deck, which arrives in the hands of gamers in early 2022 and which brings it back to the world’s largest digital game store Ubisoft, something that has been long-awaited by the store’s millions of users since its unfortunate split.