Bethesda's 2019 lineup will launch on Bethesda Store and Steam; Fallout 76 steambound this year

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Bethesda is refraining from making their 2019 lineup Bethesda Store exclusives.

Avalanche’s Rage 2, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot and Doom Eternal will all be coming to Steam. Those who like the Bethesda launcher will also be able to pick them up there. A choice is key!

2018’s biggest letdown, Fallout 76, will also be making its way to Steam. With the upcoming improvements Bethesda is planning, it may be able to find a decent audience there. Hopefully, Bethesda will also make the game’s multiplayer cross-platform, but that hasn’t been announced yet.

While Bethesda’s launcher was proven popular with the launch of Fallout 76, the company has seen a large success on Steam. With the Elder Scrolls series and Fallout both thriving on Valve’s storefront, it may be beneficial to move back to Steam.

With so many PC gamers unhappy about platform exclusivity like Metro Exodus on the Epic Store, now they don’t have to worry about where they buy Bethesda games.

Source: Twitter

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