Steam Weekly Chart Elden Ring Leads Fourth Consecutive Week It

Steam Weekly Chart: Elden Ring Leads Fourth Consecutive Week, It Takes Two Returns To Top 3

RPG Action Elden Ring fourth week in a row holds #1 on the Steam sales chart. Thanks to the discount, It Takes Two and Monster Hunter Rise returned to the top 5 after a long absence.

elden ring.  Image Source: Steam

elden ring. Image Source: Steam

Elden Ring continues to show impressive user retention rates. March 13 action role-playing game collected 795 830 players at the same time, and in the last 24 hours the online high was 694,446 (the all-time record is 953,426). Another edition was placed eighth. Last week, Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that the project’s cumulative shipments and digital sales exceeded 12 million copies across all platforms.

Elden Ring has received over 263,000 reviews on Steam and is rated 87%. In a review for 3DNews, Ivan Byshonkov gave the game a 7.5 out of 10 rating. “FromSoftware makes no attempt to offer anything new, just trampling on the familiar glade where the Souls series has long settled – yes, the glade is the size of an entire kingdom by now, but that only highlights the flaws and dampens the benefits of the well-known formula”he wrote.

Second place for two consecutive weeks is taken by Steam Deck. Late last week, the device gained support for the Xbox Cloud Gaming cloud service through the Microsoft Edge browser. Valve had previously postponed new deliveries to the third quarter of 2022.

In It Takes Two who received 60 percent discount (valid until March 28th) there is a lot going on: On March 19th the cooperative adventure beckoned 32 685 users at a time – more than in all time since release. That number has also increased many times over for Monster Hunter Rise, which is available to buy through tonight 34% cheaper: In the last 24 hours, the number of simultaneous players has increased to 27 758.

It takes two.  Image Source: Steam

It takes two. Image Source: Steam

50 percent discount helped to stay in the seventh series of Red Dead Redemption 2. In the last 24 hours, the action has spread 33 699 concurrent users (max since release – 55,271). The promotion ends on March 24th.

The cooperative sandbox with elements of the survival simulator Core Keeper confirms the status of a new indie hit: although the game lost one position, a new online top record was set on March 19 (34 508). Sales of the project, which is in Steam Early Access, surpassed 250,000 copies in its first week. The rating is based on more than 4800 reviews 91%.

Sixth place again went to the set with the Valve Index VR helmet, and tenth place was again taken by the wrestling simulator WWE 2K22. Arctic survival simulator Dread Hunger fell one spot to ninth place.

Top 10 Products by Sales (March 14-20):

  1. Elden Ring;
  2. steam deck;
  3. It takes two;
  4. Monster Hunter Rise;
  5. core guard;
  6. Valve Index VR Kit
  7. Red Dead Redemption 2;
  8. Elden Ring (different edition);
  9. fear of hunger;
  10. WWE2K22.


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