In the middle of the month, Hack 'n Slay Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem topped the Steam charts. Did it stay that way last week? And how did the other placements develop?
Like the sales charts from Steam between February 17 and 23, the action RPG Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem can still hold on to the top. And that despite the fierce criticism of the state of the role-playing game after the release.
The new placements are there
GTA 5, which otherwise could always hold well in the upper areas, is slowly fighting its way back up after a low. Thanks to the new "Living Ship" update, No Man's Sky is back in the charts and the new season pass brings Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege second in the list.
Metro: Exodus also appears after the shooter is now available on Steam. The "Pokémon-MMORPG" Temtem no longer makes it back into the charts, but instead the physics-based build-up game Defeat comes in 10th place.
The placements in the Steam sales charts depend on the amount of sales achieved. The charts are weekly in one XML feed on Steam output. Here you can see the placements for the period from February 17th to February 23rd, 2020:
- Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem
- Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege – Year 5 Pass
- Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
- Metro Exodus
- Metro Exodus – Gold Edition
- GTA 5
- No man's sky
- Monster Hunter World
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