Ryzom gets a greenlight on Steam

There’s something to be said for having all your games snuggled together on one platform, and now Ryzom may be on its way to joining Steam. The community voted to greenlight the free-to-play sci-fantasy sandbox, which opens the door to adding it to Steam’s library. Currently Ryzom offers players the opportunity to delve deeply into a vibrant world filled with wildlife that acts realistically and interactive events with actual live NPCs on the PC, Mac, and Linux; it’s available in German, English, Spanish, French and Russian.



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