Yep, that's about it. There really isn't much to say here. Ubisoft's free to play strategy title, The Settlers Online, is now available on Steam. This release comes with all of the usual features of Steam that you would think including chat through Steam and trading cards. That's it. Nothing more to say.
If for some reason you want to check it out, here's the Steam Page which is already getting hammered by reviews including my personal favorite "Pros: Uninstaller Works."
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Mike “Magicman” Byrne has been a part of the MMOBomb family for years and serves as the site’s current Editor-in-Chief. His love for MMOs and gaming in general has led him to covering games for numerous gaming websites including Gamebreaker TV and XIV Nation where he proudly displays his fanboy flag for FFXIV:ARR.
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