Rage 2, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, and DOOM Eternal will all be releasing on Steam and the Bethesda Launcher. Fallout 76 will also be released on Steam later in the year. Hopefully, by then it’s going to be a game worth playing.
This wouldn’t be anything newsworthy if it weren’t for the aggressive acquisition of exclusives for the Epic Games Launcher. We don’t know yet if it will be a simultaneous release or will the Steam release be at a later date, but we will have a choice when the games come around.
Another thing that wasn’t mentioned was if the games will release on any other launcher, but it’s not likely that they will scatter them around like that.
This is also a sign that Bethesda isn’t yet ready to go head-to-head against Steam and Epic with their own launcher. With how things are going, we might see every large publisher focus on their own store and launcher in the future, which doesn’t make me too enthusiastic.