Bee Soft is currently releasing PC games only for Ubisoft Connect and Epic Games, but has found data that suggests the possibility of returning on Steam in the future.
The GitHub Group Hoosier, which conducts Ubisoft Connect surveys, confirmed the product information set written in the data in the launcher Internal Dev/QC-Assassin’s Creed Valhalla [Steam] and Roller Champions Steam. It is a form that has previously discovered Ubisoft Connect registration, and has increased the credibility of the rumor that it will return to Steam.
Bee Eye lasted on Steam in the 2019 Trials Rising, which could not be played on Steam, such as Assassin’s Creed Sahara, Watch Dogs Legion and Furry 6 released during that time.
Major publishers such as Electronic Arts, Activision, and Microsoft were developed only at their own stores for a while, but now many titles are also available on Steam. Ubisoft was one of the publishers on such a flow, but there may be days when you can enjoy it again on Steam.