Back in the day, going to the video game store was pretty much the only way you’d be able to get your hands on a video game. While video game stores still exist, thanks to faster internet speeds, gamers now have alternative means of purchasing their games, such as digitally through virtual store fronts such as Valve’s Steam. Now if you’re a gamer who has a ton of credit in Steam and are looking to use it to get Assassin’s Creed 3 or Far Cry 3, you might have noticed that despite previous Assassin’s Creed titles being made available via Steam, the third installment of game has yet to make an appearance at least as far as UK gamers are concerned.
According to the folks at PCGamesN, Ubisoft has confirmed to them that they are currently in talks with Valve at bringing both Assassin’s Creed 3 and Far Cry 3 onto the Steam platform for the UK market. No word on when exactly will the game be making its way onto the UK Steam store, but in the meantime Ubisoft has suggested that UK gamers looking to get their hands on either game to either go to the publisher’s Uplay store or hit a retail outlet.
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