Lenovo looks to take on Steam with its new Legion Game Store

The store is expected to go live on Cyber Monday

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Lenovo today announced it’s the latest endeavor into the gaming market – a digital platform dubbed the “Legion Game Store.”

Joining the likes of Steam, Microsoft, and Sony, the company is providing a new platform from which fans can discover and purchase games and other digital content.

At present, the store boasts some 200 titles, including Fallout 76, Battlefield V, and Dead Cells. The company says as the platform grows, the goal is to continue expanding its relationships with publishers in an effort to offer customers discounts and other exclusives they can’t find anywhere else.

And in order to always ensure A1, top quality releases, new titles are subject to a robust screening process that “only allows fully developed or closed beta” products.

Lenovo says the Legion Game Store will be integrated into Vantage, the company’s popular PC app that provides updates, systems stats, and other capabilities. The store is expected to go live on November 26th – i.e. Cyber Monday.

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