‘Far Cry 4’ isn’t on Steam anymore because EA wants to sell it directly

What happened not too long ago with Electronic Arts and its Origin platform appears to be happening with Ubisoft too. As Kotaku has noticed, Ubisoft’s trio of tentpole releases for this fall — Assassin’s Creed Unity, Far Cry 4 and The Crew — are no longer available on Valve’s game store, seemingly disappearing overnight. Curiously, older entries in each respective franchise are still available (and reasonably priced) on Gabe Newell’s one-stop PC-gaming shop. Even weirder yet? VG247 has spotted that ACU and FC4 are now listed on Origin. No, it doesn’t make a lot of sense especially considering Ubisoft has its own digital storefront. We’ve pinged the outfit’s PR team for details about what’s up and will update this post should we hear back.

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