You may have heard that Call of Duty is returning to the most popular destination for PC gamers this year – Steam. And it seems that this will not be an exception, as entries related to Crash Bandicoot 4 are increasingly being found in the Steam database.
The last Crash on PC was exclusive to Blizzard's Battle.net platform, although N.Sane Trilogy is available on Steam. However, that could soon change. And it remains to be seen whether Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2, a title that is exclusive to the third platform - the Epic Games Store, will also come to Steam.
The return of Activision games to Steam will coincide with the planned takeover of the company by Microsoft. Although Microsoft has its Xbox platform on PC, they simultaneously publish their games on Steam. However, the unsolved question is what will happen to Blizzard's games, which are owned by Activision. We know that Battle.net won't shut down until further notice, but for now, it hasn't been announced that Overwatch and Diablo could come to life on Steam.
Microsoft had a somewhat similar situation with Bethesda's PC platform Bethesda Launcher. But that platform was eventually retired, and Bethesda's games returned to Steam.