Red Dead Redemption 2 was first launched onto the PC platform exclusively on developer and publisher’s own Rockstar Games Launcher and later to third-party platforms as such Epic Games Store and Humble Store. After much waiting, the game will be finally be released on Steam next week.
For those who have been looking forward to get Red Dead Redemption 2 on Steam, mark your calendars for its release on 6 December. However, no pricing has been made available yet on Valve’s digital storefront.
On the other hand, Halo: Reach, the first entry from the Halo: The Master Chief Collection is also launching next week on Steam. Although considered part of the collection, you can purchase Reach separately for RM23.50 and the game will be available on 3 December. Halo: The Master Chief collection on its own can be pre-ordered at RM65 and will be released in stages, with the complete selection to be fully available by 2020.
Darksiders Genesis, a spin-off prequel of the Darksiders franchise will be hitting Steam on 5 December. While the main games from Darksiders are third-person action games, Genesis is more of a top-down action platformer and features Strife, the fourth horsemen, as its protagonist. Currently, the game is having a 15% pre-purchase discount and is priced at RM47.60.
Take note that these games are not included in the ongoing Autumn Sale on Steam. For more information on the games, do check out their store pages on Steam with the links provided below.