Ever since the rise in popularity of other PC gaming launchers, Steam hasn’t been the only place for PC gamers to go to play all of the hottest titles. This isn’t a bad thing, giving gaming enthusiasts more options in the market can only do good, however, it does put some games in the position of being exclusive to one launcher for select amounts of time.
The problems surrounding console exclusivity is one of the many reasons why some gamers opt to stick with their PCs over consoles but the growing prominence in launcher exclusive deals has brought the issue to PC gaming as well. Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is one such title that restricts where players can experience the game.
Currently, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands on PC is exclusively available on the Epic Games Store. As mentioned above, this isn’t out of the ordinary for major releases given the prominence that the Epic Game Store has in the industry, but those who’ve been sticking exclusively with Steam aren’t currently able to play the game.
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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Steam Release Date
At the current time of writing, there’s no official word on the specific dates when players can expect Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands to launch on Steam. That said, the FAQ page for the game says that it will be available on other PC storefronts at some point later in 2022.
It’s unclear exactly when that will be, but it does give fans a decently-sized window to expect the game in. Luckily, there’s no shortage of great titles that are releasing this year so players can keep busy while they wait for Tiny Tina to release on Steam.
SteamDB, a site that tracks Steam data, has the game listed as launching on the platform on March 31 according to the store API release date. If that’s true, that would mean that the game was only exclusive to the Epic Games Store for a week before launching on other platforms. That isn’t unheard of but it certainly raises some eyebrows as it’s a pretty small exclusivity window. Seeing as GearBox hasn’t officially said anything about it, it seems likely that Steam players will need to wait a little longer still.