Watch Dogs Legion is the next Ubisoft game heading to Steam.
As Ubisoft’s preferential treatment for the Epic Games Store continues to evaporate, yet another of the publisher’s titles is making its way to Steam, with the reasonably well-recieved Watch Dogs Legion now pencilled in for a 23rd January release on Valve’s platform.
This latest listings follows Ubisoft’s announcement back in November that, having skipped Steam in favour of Epic and its own Ubisoft Connect since 2019, it would soon be bringing a select number of its games to Valve’s storefront, starting with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Anno 1800, and the free-to-play Roller Champions.
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That initial line-up expanded by one last week with Immortals Fenyx Rising, and now Watch Dogs Legion’s official January release brings Ubisoft’s post-2019 Steam selection up to five.
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