As every Monday the list of the biggest (by revenue) bestsellers of the previous week on Steam was released. The leader, for the third time in a row, is Elden Ring. Different editions of fromSoftware's game took two spots in the top 10, including the first.
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Elden Ring still reigns supreme on Steam
Elden Ring not only sells brilliantly, but also continues to achieve impressive activity results. At the hottest point of Sunday, the game was played on Steam by 800,301 concurrent users.
Continuously improving reception of Elden Ring on Steam
It is also worth noting the constantly improving reception of the game. Currently, 86% of Steam user reviews are positive.
Recall that immediately after the release it was only 59%. Such a low result was due to the game's poor technical condition. However, the first patches were quickly released, and the remaining problems were partially fixed by mods. As a result, the reception of Elden Ring quickly began to improve. A week ago already 84% of the reviews of Steam users were positive, and now the share of reviews praising the title has increased to 86%.
If you still have problems with the game's technical layer, then mods can help:
Excellent debut of Core Keeper
A great debut was recorded by Core Keeper, which took fourth place on the list. This success is all the more impressive that this is a fairly cheap game - it costs less than $10, and the list is compiled by revenue.
The creators boasted that during the first two days after the release the game's sales exceeded 100 thousand copies.
Dread Hunger doesn't stop growing
It is also worth noting the stable growth of Dread Hunger. The game is again in the top 10 bestsellers, and yesterday it set a new activity record - at the hottest moment on Sunday, 71,248 concurrent users played the title on Steam.
The biggest Steam hits of the past week (by revenue)