In case you missed (both) the news of the shutdown of the Bethesda.net platform this month, Bethesda should migrate its users to Steam. And that's not a big challenge it's just interesting that it's not just Bethesda launcher users who will benefit. Namely, Bethesda has to switch all its games to Steam, including those that were not available on Steam before. This means Steam users will soon have the opportunity to purchase games that previously required the Bethesda.net launcher.
Specifically, two old games from the series The Elder Scrolls will appear on Steam Arena, and Daggerfall. Although these are archaic titles that most players do not plan to play, it is still nice to know that Steam will become the first platform on which it is possible to play * almost all * games of the Elder Scrolls series. We say almost everything because all the main parts of the series will be available (Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim are already on Steam) with TES Online. The only thing missing will be spin-off games like Redguard Blades.
In addition to the Elder Scrolls games, another old hit will appear on Steam next month - Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory.