Ryzom is making its way to Steam on May 6, according to a post on the free-to-play game’s site. In addition to the launch, the game’s developer, Nevrax, also announced that the Steam version of the game will feature a variety of improvements, including upgraded visuals, improved security, and a variety of technical enhancements.

The game now includes optimized support for Nvidia cards, upgraded support for HTML in game, support for 64-bit architecture on all platforms, and more. While it’s not officially available on Steam just yet, you can check it out on Greenlight.

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