One more week, we come to tell you what the top sales that Steam has registered in the last seven days has given of itself. If in the previous classification we saw that it was the extremely difficult Dwarf Fortress that was taking the lead, now it is another video game that has taken over to prevail over Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, which refuses to disappear from the podium.
The data collected by Steam DB leaves us with Steam Deck, Valve’s portable console-computer that appears at the top because the list is ordered based on the revenue generated per unit of product. However, as far as the software itself is concerned, it is High On Life that has enjoyed a good release.
The Squanch Games title celebrated its launch on PC and Xbox on December 13 and seems to be doing well at the sales level in its early days. The sci-fi shooter created by Justin Roiland, from Rick and Morty, prevails over Modern Warfare 2, which holds on to the top spots every week on the Valve platform.
Behind, FIFA 23, driven by the 2022 World Cup final, and the aforementioned Dwarf Fortress, which remains in a good position in the top 10. We leave you the top ten positions of this weekly Steam ranking below for you to judge for yourself. same.
Best sellers of the week on Steam
- Steam Deck
- High On Life
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II
- FIFA 23
- Dwarf Fortress
- god of war
- red dead redemption 2
- Valve Index
- Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Vault Edition
In his analysis of High On Life, our colleague Alejandro Pascual assures that we are facing a title that “playably does not reinvent anything, nor does it stand out anywhere, but it has enough variety in settings, weapons, and situations to get by.” The bottom line is “what the characters tell you and all the jokes” so if you’re not a fan of Rick and Morty humor, you probably won’t enjoy it as much as the one who is.
Hi, its Martin, I am a gamer and a writer. I love exploring games of varied genres and writing blogs about them.