Steam Weekly Chart Baldurs Gate 3 wins against Starfield but

Steam Weekly Chart: Baldur’s Gate 3 wins against Starfield, but doesn’t take the lead

The role-playing game Starfield claimed first place Steam sales table just two weeks. Baldur’s Gate 3 took the lead, but failed to reach the top of the ratings.

    Starfield.  Image source: Steam (Guthwulf)

Starfield. Image source: Steam (Guthwulf)

Starfield fell straight to third place and the number of concurrent users fell below 200,000 (highest in the last 24 hours – 183,670). Baldur’s Gate 3 is in second place for the fourth week in a row, keeping more than 300,000 people online (maximum in the last 24 hours – 318 062). It became the best of the bunch as the portable PC Steam deck returned to the top after a long time – helped by a 20 percent discount to mark Steam’s 20th anniversary.

Other chart events of the week:

  • The free-to-play shooter Counter-Strike: Global Offensive returned to the top of the overall rankings after six weeks;
  • The pre-order of Mortal Kombat 1 rose to fourth place, but the fighting game was already collecting as part of early access for buyers of the extended edition 26,633 Users at the same time (official release – today, September 19);
  • The pre-order of the co-op shooter Payday 3, which also offers early access for owners of premium editions (premiere for everyone – September 21st), was placed one position lower, but attracted more players (35 213);
  • The best new product was the role-playing action “Lies of P” with a personal online balance 16,832 Person and rating 89% (Total number of reviews – more than 1500);

  • The role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077 (ninth place), which is preparing to receive update 2.0 and the addition Phantom Liberty (DLC pre-order in 11th place), and the cooperative platformer It Takes Two (tenth), which is valid until September 11th is evening of September 25th, returned to the top ten 65 percent discount;
  • the Resident Evil 4 remake rose to 12th place ahead of the release of the Separate Ways add-on with the script for Ada Wong, announced in the latest issue of State of Play;
  • the action game Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon and the basketball simulator NBA 2K24 left the top 10 – now they are in 19th and 21st place, respectively;
  • The second most successful new product (25th place) was the pixelated role-playing game based on the Chinese martial art Wandering Sword from The Swordman Studio. She received a review 86% (over 3000 reviews in total) and peaked online 22,824 User.

Top 10 by sales for the period from September 12th to 19th (in brackets – place in the previous week):

  1. steam deck (4);
  2. Baldur’s Gate 3 (2);
  3. Starfield (1);
  4. Mortal Kombat 1 (pre-order, 16);
  5. Payday 3 (pre-order, 8);
  6. Lies of P (new);
  7. Red Dead Redemption 2 (3);
  8. Call of Duty (6);
  9. Cyberpunk 2077 (15);
  10. It takes two.

Top 10 by revenue, including free-to-play games:

  1. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (shareware);
  2. Steam Deck;
  3. Baldur’s Gate 3 (shareware);
  4. star field;
  5. Mortal Kombat 1;
  6. Payday 3;
  7. Apex Legends (shareware);
  8. PUBG: Battlegrounds (Shareware);
  9. Lost Ark (shareware);
  10. Lies from P.

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