It’s time to say goodbye to Bethesda’s launcher for PC games. As of today, players can , as well as DLC, virtual currency, in-game items, and their friends list on their Steam account. Users have until May 11 to air their hearts out with the Bethesda PC launcher. On that date, the PC launcher will no longer allow access to games. But users will still be able to access their Bethesda.net accounts and transfer their games to Steam after May 11.
Players who are ready to migrate should ensure they have the first on the Bethesda website. All games that users already own or purchases they have made are available for free on Steam. But keep in mind that the transfer process can get a little hairy. While most saved games are automatically transferred, some require players to manually transfer them to Steam. For example, DOOM Eternal players must manually copy their saved files to their Steam folder. Bethesda has some updated instructions for: DOOM Eternal players† Fallout 76 players should be aware that there is a available to facilitate migration, as well as a extensive FAQ they have to read first. Wolfenstein: Youngblood is not currently available for transfer, so players will not be able to transfer their progress in that game to Steam. But in-game skins and DLCs should carry over normally.
While migrating your library may seem tedious, Bethesda sweetens the pot by making some new games available on Steam for the first time. Including The Elder Scrolls Arena† The Elder Scrolls Daggerfall† Creation Kit for Fallout 4 and Special Edition of Skyrimand Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory† Fallout 76‘s Public Test Server is now also available on Steam.
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