Steam Weekly Chart Troubled The Last of Us Part I

Steam Weekly Chart: Troubled The Last of Us Part I climbs surprisingly high, Sifu misses top 10

The problematic PC version of The Last of Us Part I, for which Valve reimburses customers regardless of the time spent in it, added five positions in one week Steam sales table.

    The Last of Us Part I. Image Source: Steam

The Last of Us Part I. Image Source: Steam

The top two spots remained unchanged, with Resident Evil 4 Remake leading for the second straight week, followed by the portable PC Steam Deck. The Last of Us Part I, which climbed to third place, failed to update its online personal record (36 496 users), but their rating on the site went up from 36% 45% (the number of reviews increased to 13.8 thousand). However, the main problems are not yet solved. Due to the bleak state of the game, Digital Foundry, called The PC version of the “Beta” has even postponed its full-fledged technical analysis.

What else happened on the chart this week:

  • large discounts (70% for the basic and 60% for the ultimate edition) kept the FIFA 13 simulator in fourth place;
  • after the release Update With a new event, hero swaps, and optimization improvements, Naraka: Bladepoint Battle Royale jumped from 18th to sixth place;
  • Black Salt Games and Team17’s fishing adventure Dredge debuted in fifth place. The game has “very positive” reviews (95% based on 2.6 thousand reviews) and achieved online 12 686 Human;

  • roughly the same number of concurrent players (12 741) was attracted by another novelty – Smalland: Survive the Wilds from Merge Games. The Early Access adventure with a tiny hero started from the seventh line and receives praise from buyers (82% based on 1.5 thousand reviews);

  • Hand-to-hand action game Sifu, which released on Steam a year after its release on the Epic Games Store and received the Arenas update, only managed 12th place, and the number of simultaneous players reached it 3189. However, the rating was very high (94% based on 1.2 thousand reviews);

  • two more recent releases, Free Lives and Devolver Digital’s environmental strategy Terra Nile and Clock Wizard Games’ (Early Access) cooperative Horror Demonologist, ranked #14 and #15 (rating – 83% And 90% based on 1.5,000 and 1.3,000 ratings, respectively);

  • The top 20 also included new items Winning Post 10 (horseback riding simulator by Koei Tecmo Games) and The Great War: Western Front (WW1 strategy game by Petroglyph);
  • online military action War Thunder updated a personal best online (110 494).

Top 10 by sales for the period from March 28 to April 4 (in brackets – the position in the previous week if the product was on the chart):

  1. Resident Evil 4 Remake (1);
  2. steam deck (2);
  3. The Last of Us Part I (8);
  4. FIFA 23 (4);
  5. Dredge;
  6. Naraka: Blade Tip (18);
  7. Smalland: Survive the Wilderness;
  8. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (3);
  9. Sons of the Forest (5);
  10. Forza Horizon 5 (6).

Top 10 by revenue including shareware games:

  1. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (shareware);
  2. Apex Legends (shareware);
  3. Resident Evil 4 remake;
  4. steam deck;
  5. Destiny 2 (shareware);
  6. PUBG: Battlegrounds (shareware);
  7. The Last of Us Part I;
  8. FIFA 23;
  9. Dredge;
  10. Naraka: Blade tip.

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