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Steam Weekly Chart: The New Game From Elden Ring Creators And Don’t Starve Multiplayer Hit Top 10, Steam Deck Lost #1 Again

IN Steam sales table There were significant changes: only three games remained in the top ten, as well as the portable PC Steam Deck. The latter failed to hold the first line and fell on the second.

    Armored Core VI: Fire of Rubicon.  Image Source: Steam

Armored Core VI: Fire of Rubicon. Image Source: Steam

The top spot went to Respawn Entertainment’s action-adventure Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, whose ratings were severely impacted by poor performance and other technical issues (the first patch has already been released). The game received more than 14.6 thousand ratings on the site, on the basis of which its rating is based 55%. reached online 67 855 User is better than Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (46 550).

What else happened on the chart this week:

  • Japanese mahjong 雀魂麻將(MahjongSoul) by Chinese Cat Food Studio returned to the charts and immediately took third place;
  • Another return is a mix between the settlement development simulator and the roguelike action Cult of the Lamb, which will follow the release of the Heretic Pack (until the evening of April 8th on this occasion). Discount 35%);
  • after the start of the eighth season and the start of the 50% discounts (Promotion ends May 3rd) Battle Royale Naraka: Moved Bladepoint from #30 to #6;
  • after the announcement of the release date and the opening of pre-orders, the campaign about combat robots Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon from the FromSoftware studio, which created the Souls and Elden Ring series, took eighth place;
  • thanks 90 percent Discount (valid through the evening of May 4th) Don’t Starve Together, Klei Entertainment’s standalone multiplayer survival simulator supplement, climbed to ninth place and updated its own online record (107 998 Human);
  • Triumph Studios’ Age of Wonders 4, a 4X turn-based tactical strategy game, peaked at number five and peaked at number five 37 846 concurrent users, but has already annoyed buyers with technical issues (rating based on 118 reviews – 47%);

  • The second result among the new releases showed the survival simulator in the alien world Stranded: Alien Dawn by Haemimont Games. After exiting Early Access “3D Wheel World”, as many players call it, reached 15th place. She was recommended 86% reviews (the total number of reviews is more than 3.4 thousand), and the online highlight was 8792 Person;

  • Another new release, Soda Den’s ancient settlement sim Roots of Pacha, debuted at number 19 on the leaderboard. 92% (Score based on over 600 reviews) and a personal best 6062 concurrent user;

  • The cooperative action game Redfall from Arkane studio (Dishonored, Prey series), released today, May 2, managed only 27th place, but its position is unlikely to improve significantly – it disappointed both critics and gamers ;
  • other new releases fared much worse – for example, Bytten Studios debuted turn-based open-world monster-collecting RPG Cassette Beasts at #44, despite receiving “very positive” reviews (ranking based on over 800 reviews – 96%).

Top 10 by sales for the period from April 25 to May 2 (in brackets – the position in the previous week if the product was on the chart):

  1. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor (3);
  2. steam deck (1);
  3. 雀魂麻將(mahjong soul);
  4. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2);
  5. Age of Wonders 4;
  6. Naraka: Blade Tip (30);
  7. cult of the Lamb;
  8. Armored Core VI: Fire of Rubicon
  9. Don’t starve together;
  10. FIFA 23 (7).

Top 10 by revenue including shareware games:

  1. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (Shareware);
  2. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor;
  3. Apex Legends (shareware);
  4. steam deck;
  5. 雀魂麻將(mahjong soul);
  6. PUBG: Battlegrounds (shareware);
  7. Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2;
  8. War Thunder (shareware);
  9. Warframe (Shareware);
  10. Age of Miracles 4.
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