Players can now transfer their Bethesda games to their Steam library as the Bethesda Launcher should be closed
Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is finally available on Steam almost two decades after its official release. Now listed as a free-to-play game on Steam, the game has erased old memories for players.
Since the PC version of the game was available for free, Bethesda games are now listed on Steam as they announced the closure of the Bethesda Launcher on May 11, showing players how they can transfer their other games to their Steam account.
Why is Bethesda Launcher shutting down?
Bethesda launched their launcher in 2016 to avoid Steam’s 30% cut, but I suspect the lack of creativity of the PC client and its sloppy nature forced Bethesda to close the launcher and inevitably revert to Steam.
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