Ubisoft is set to release four of its latest games on Steam, including Far Cry 6, Riders Republic, Rainbow Six Extraction, and Monopoly Madness. According to PC Gamer, the games will arrive on the storefront on various dates in May and June. Until now, the games were only available to PC gamers through Ubisoft’s Connect marketplace and the Epic Games Store.
Ubisoft recently began releasing its games on Steam again after a three-year absence. Its first batch of releases included Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Anno 1800. The company later added The Division 2 and Watch Dogs: Legion, among other titles. Ubisoft’s decision to return to Steam was prompted by the desire to expand its audience and reach new players.
Valve’s 30% cut of sales was one of the reasons why Ubisoft had previously chosen to leave Steam. However, the company has recognized the value of reaching a wider audience and has returned to the platform as a result. Ubisoft’s decision to release its latest games on Steam will give players more options and help the company reach a larger player base.