Viking: Battle for Asgard Added to Steam Registry

Sega and Creative Assembly’s 2008 game Viking: Battle for Asgard has turned up on the Steam registry and we assume will soon be available for purchase from the Steam store. This marks Viking: Battle for Asgards début on the PC having released exclusively for Xbox360 and PS3 in 2008.

If this is the beginning for Sega’s new digital strategy then I’m all for it. I absolutely loved Viking, Whilst flawed in some areas the game was full of potential and the epic battles were a thing of beauty. If this means we might get a sequel to Viking then I’ll happily double dip.

You can visit the Viking: Battle for Asgard EULA page HERE.

[On another note, I’m back! I’ve been in America for the past three months with limited internet access, hello again Sega fans!]




4 responses to “Viking: Battle for Asgard Added to Steam Registry

  1. CrazyTails says:

    This is awesoem news. I would defenitly purchase this immadiatly if its sold around 30$/€. I also think it would be wise to sell it at that price, but we’ll see. (Yay)

  2. George says:

    Yes, YES! Especially if they finish off the game in the port. It was obviously incomplete. But I love this game still… so fun.

    Also, I missed you Sharky <333 *virtual creeper hug*

  3. Michael says:

    Awesome! I loved Viking! I guess this is what Sega meant when they said that they would focus more on digital Platforms. Hope it finds a new audience!

  4. Michael says:

    Oh and I want to say that I agree with you Sharky. if this increases The Creative assembly’s chances of making another viking game then i’m all for it.

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