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Wednesday, 02 April 2008 13:07

Ubisoft joins the Steam family

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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More than 40 Ubisoft titles online

 

After Valve’s recent deals with Atari and Epic, where they would offer their games through Steam networks, Ubisoft also joined in. Valve and Ubisoft arranged for more than 40 Ubisoft games to find their way online.

Among the games you’ll find Assasin’s Creed, Heroes of Might and Magic collection, Tom Clancy series, IL-2 Sturmovik collection as well as Far Cry. Many of these will be featured on Steam in the coming weeks.

It seems that Valve has serious plans for setting up a global gaming network by enlisting the biggest gaming companies, and it seems their plans are working.

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