As the Epic Games Store nabs exclusives, continuously establishing itself as a competitor to Steam, publisher Bethesda has reassured Steam users that a handful of its upcoming titles, including Rage 2, Doom Eternal, and Fallout 76, will make their way to Valve's storefront.
The news that Fallout 76 will come to Steam later this year might come as a surprise to some, given how the game was initially released solely on Bethesda's own launcher, but is, nonetheless, happening.
What Bethesda Games Are Confirmed to Come to Steam?
Alongside last year's Fallout 76's, Steam users will get their share of first-person shooters, as both the open world Rage 2 but also Doom Eternal will launch on Valve's storefront.
Furthermore, Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot are confirmed to also make their way to Steam. Both titles are spin-offs based on developer Machine Games' series of first-person shooters. Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a stand-alone sequel taking place 19 years after The New Colossus and focuses on Jess and Soph Blazkowicz, William's daughters. Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is the series' first foray into VR, putting the player in the shoes of a hacker working for the French Resistance.
The announcement that Rage 2, Doom Eternal, Fallout 76 and the two Wolfenstein titles are coming to Steam was made via Twitter. The tweet, which you'll find below, also referenced Bethesda's own storefront as a place where the titles can be picked up, while leaving the Epic Games Store out.