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Post by Eorl @ 08:17am 07/11/14 | 8 Comments
In a somewhat bizarre move, Ubisoft's biggest upcoming titles this year have disappeared from Steam, with no trace as to whether this is a mistake or a choice by the publisher.

Far Cry 4, Assassin's Creed Unity and The Crew have all disappeared from Valve's Steam store as of about a few hours ago according to this NeoGAF post. Users of the gaming forum are reporting that the three big titles are nowhere to be seen, and Ubisoft has yet to comment on where they may have gone.

Yesterday it was reported that UK's Steam store would not be selling any of Ubisoft's big titles, which according to the publisher can be solved by "visiting the Uplay store, our retail partners or other digital distributors." Rumours are swirling around questioning the actions, with some pointing to Steam's pricing as the source of removal. Various other stores, including digital ones like Gamersgate and GreenManGaming still have Ubisoft's titles available for purchase, as well as past Ubisoft titles which leaves further head scratching on the decisions made.

We've asked Ubisoft for clarification and should hopefully have an answer soon. In the meantime, let us know in the comments on your thoughts.



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Mordecai
Posted 10:00am 07/11/14
I'd say it's the same thing that happened with EA. Steam changed their contract conditions to make it so you had to sell DLC through them and EA left as they didn't want to keep handing over profits. UbiSoft is likely going to be selling DLC in game/via Uplay and Steam don't like it.

And it's funny seeing people complain about cancelling their orders for games based on the fact they will have to use Uplay. Which they already had to.
Mantorok
Posted 10:12am 07/11/14
I'd say it's the same thing that happened with EA. Steam changed their contract conditions to make it so you had to sell DLC through them and EA left as they didn't want to keep handing over profits. UbiSoft is likely going to be selling DLC in game/via Uplay and Steam don't like it.

That change affected everyone, not just EA. It was a global policy change.
ravn0s
Posted 01:49pm 07/11/14
ubisoft has cancelled all PC ports of their games because they've finally realised they suck at porting.
FSCB
Posted 09:51pm 07/11/14
Ravnos that was a s*** comment.
Far cry 3 was an excellent game on pc and so was ac3.
Pretty sure you just throwing out cheap baseless comments.
beau
Posted 10:37pm 07/11/14
holy s*** if this means an end to Ubisoft on Steam I am so fkn happy
rrrocket
Posted 11:28pm 07/11/14
why what's wrong with steam?
beau
Posted 10:43am 08/11/14
why what's wrong with steam?


more like what's wrong with ubisoft. One word - uplay
rrrocket
Posted 02:56pm 08/11/14
agreed uplay suck. I prefer direct running from steam.

Also, I'm waiting for Steam to release tie fighter.
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