Deathloop PC codes will exclusively launch on Steam, rather than Bethesda’s own launcher, according to reports, a move that could mark the publisher’s return to new releases on Valve’s platform.
As reported by Exputer, earlier this month Steam codes for Deathloop appeared on authorized retailer Green Man Gaming’s website. In response to a Twitter user who asked whether the game will be delivered as a Steam code on PC, Green Man Gaming replied confirming that it will “be offering Steam keys for all versions of Deathloop and also retroactively”.
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