author: Hubert Sledziewski
Anno 1800 is Suddenly Back on Steam [Update: WD: Legion is Next?]
Not only Assassin's Creed: Valhalla is now available on Steam. Another Ubisoft game, namely Anno 1800, has also returned to Valve's platform.
Encouraged by Ubisoft's latest moves, fans of the French company's games are speculating that its next title to arrive on Steam, could be Watch Dogs: Legion. They were led to such a clue by a sale of games from the series, the start of which has been scheduled for today. Return of Anno 1800 to Valve's platform took place under similar circumstances - also without a separate announcement.
Some two years and four weeks after the actual release, Assassin's Creed: Valhalla has hit Steam. Ubisoft announced that other games that missed Valve's platform during this period will appear on it in some time. However, the French did not warn that this would happen just two days later. Today the economic strategy Anno 1800 returned to Steam.
I wrote "returned", because this game could be preordered on the platform before its release - once it was released, those who did so could play it, even though it was no longer available for the rest.
On this occasion Anno 1800 - like AC: Valhalla - can now be purchased on Valve's platform at a heavily discounted price.
It is worth adding that by choosing any of the more expensive packages, players will come into possession of the New World Rising DLC, which was released today and offering, among other things, a new class of inhabitants and additional islands. More information about it can be found here.
All indications are that Ubisoft intends to keep up this pace in releasing its next game on Steam. Indeed, it has already added cards for two more productions - Immortals: Fenyx Rising and Roller Champions. The former is expected to be made available "soon," while the second will be released on December 13.