Last year, Bethesda released Fallout 76 and something strange was that its PC version was not offered on Steam. Apparently, something similar was about to happen with Rage 2, the frenetic open-world shooter. However, the company’s plans changed and its next releases are on their way to Valve’s store.
Through a publication on Twitter, Bethesda reported that Rage 2; Wolfenstein: Youngblood; Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot and DOOM Eternal for PC will be offered on Steam and Bethesda.net. That’s not all, since it also reported that Fallout 76 will be taken to the Valve store before the end of the year.
Recall that shortly after announcing that Fallout 76 for PC would be exclusive to the Bethesda Launcher, Bethesda explained that it was a measure to deliver the best service to players. It also noted that they had not yet decided whether to take their future releases to Steam; however, the pre-sale of Rage 2 for PC could only be purchased at Bethesda.net, so the intentions were clear.
At the moment, Bethesda has not specified what made it to change its mind and launch its next games on Steam. We will be on the lookout and we will inform you when we know more.
It is worth mentioning that, for the moment, it is unknown if any of these launches will ever arrive at the Epic Games Store.
And you, are you happy that these games are going to come to Steam? What games that were exclusive to Bethesda.net affected your purchase decision? Tell us in the comments below.