Bethesda announces the closure of its PC launcher

Bethesda has announced that it will shut down its PC launcher next May.

From April, users will be able to migrate the library of games they have in it and the card balance to Steam.

“Miscellaneous Games” will also migrate saved games, but not all. Bethesda will provide more information later this month on which titles will require manual migration, once the process is available.

The American company hired a FAQs on its web page in which it answers some doubts and in which it guarantees that all the games you have in the library can be transferred to Steam for free.

He also explains that “almost all saved progress can be transferred automatically or manually with the exception of Wolfenstein: Youngblood, which currently cannot be transferred.”

In-game balance from games like Fallout or The Elder Scrolls Online will also transfer over for free and without issue, but Bethesda noted that this process can only be done with Steam as the destination, not on other platforms.

Finally, the current Bethesda login will continue to be used in Bethesda games to access other account-attached items, such as mods or skins.

The Bethesda launcher will stop working, as we said earlier, next May, although the exact date of its closure has not yet been announced.

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