Bethesda Launcher will be shutting down on May 11

Back in February, Bethesda announced plans to place a benevolent bullet in the brains of the Bethesda Launcher, an unpopular replacement for certain other popular digital game management programs.These plans have since been updated Blog post about deactivating the launcher and migrating to Steam“If you do have games through the Bethesda.net launcher,” it said, “don’t worry. Beginning April 27, you’ll be able to migrate your games and wallets to your Steam account.”

Detailed instructions on what to do will be provided on April 27. Some game saves are transferred automatically, while others require manual copying into the relevant folder. “Currently,” Bethesda wrote, “we expect that almost all save progress can be transferred automatically or manually, with the exception of Wolfenstein: Youngblood, which cannot be transferred at this time.” DLC and in-game currency will automatically transfer, good news