Yep. The headline pretty much says it all. SMITE, the free to play MOBA from Hi-Rez Studios, is now available on Steam. If you’ve been waiting until it released on Steam to play, for whatever reason, well now you have no reason not to play.

Existing SMITE players can play on Steam with no account migration needed. Install the game through Steam, log in with your existing account and you’re good to go. To celebrate, the Ultimate God Pack will be on sale for $19.99 until September 13th.

“The time is right for SMITE on Steam,” said Todd Harris, co-founder and COO of Hi-Rez Studios. “The platform has evolved to include more quality free-to-play titles and, most importantly, better ways for users to discover them. Now is the best time yet to see what SMITE is all about, and we’re excited to make it even easier for the more than 125 million active users worldwide who call Steam home to dive in for free.”

Check out SMITE’s Steam page for more information.

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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 websites including Gamebreaker TV and XIV Nation where he proudly displays his fanboy flag for FFXIV:ARR.

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  1. Nuno on September 9, 2015

    why steam… give it to us on ps4, xbox version is a huge sucess.

  2. JD on September 8, 2015

    Unless you are not in the U.S. then it’s region locked even if you play in NA servers

    • Sanzi on September 8, 2015

      what? im from EU can see/play at steam.
      Ping was fine too. ~40ms

    • Q on September 9, 2015

      They only have region locks for places where it’s already published by someone else. Same thing happened with TERA on steam. People from the EU can’t play on NA because it’s published by gameforge or someone in the EU. Guessing same thing applies to Smite.

    • ilias on September 9, 2015

      only south america and china have a seperate launcher but they are still able to play on eu or the us servers if they choose so.