Bethesda Is Closing Its PC Launcher, Migrating to Steam In April

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Bethesda Softworks has announced plans to retire its Bethesda.net launcher this year, migrating all of their games to Steam this April. Thanking fans for supporting the Bethesda.net PC launcher over the years, Bethesda ensured players they won’t lose any games previously purchased.

That's not all, either. Bethesda confirmed on its blog that whatever money you have on the launcher will be transferred to Steam once this migration happens. Players won’t be able to access their Bethesda games on the PC launcher in May, so we'd recommend moving them over as soon as you can.

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Bethesda Is Closing Its PC Launcher, Migrating to Steam In April

Bethesda.net accounts will still be used for numerous games, so we'd suggest keeping those login details handy for now. That's due to several games asking players for membership details, offering them exclusive access to certain features when provided.

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Players will be able to migrate all of their Bethesda games to Steam this April, so make sure to do that when you can. Starfield is the next major Bethesda game, launching on Xbox Series X|S and PC on November 11. We'll keep you informed as we hear more.