In the Steam sales charts we can announce a "new" leader. It is the pirate MMO Sea of Thieves, which was able to return to the top 10 after a short break. The complete overview can be found in the notification.
Last week the VR headset Valve Index was at the top of the Steam sales charts. But now there is a "new" number 1. We deliberately put the word in brackets, since it is the pirate MMO Sea of Thieves. That was already on the throne of the charts in June 2020, but then took a short break afterwards – if you like to call it that.
The VR headset Valve Index has meanwhile completely flown out of the top 10 of Steam, while the first person shooter Doom Eternal was able to make up some ground and is currently in second place. The Satisfactore simulation also climbed up and completes the three places on the podium. The PC version of the action adventure Detroit: Become Human has flown out of the top 10 after a good start, while, among other things, the action role-playing game Monster Hunter World has made its comeback – possibly in the face of the upcoming update 4.
Incidentally, the amount of sales achieved is decisive for the placement of the individual games in the Steam sales charts. The charts are weekly in one XML feed on Steam spent. The following charts refer to the period from June 29 to July 5, 2020:
- Sea of Thieves
- Doom Eternal
- Halo: The Master Chief Collection
- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
- Titan case 2
- Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition
- Playerunknown's Battlegrounds
- Red Dead Redemption 2
- Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
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