Valve Software application has actually announced the list of ‘Finest Games of 2020’ on Steam, its digital storefront.

The list consists of the top-selling and top-performing games on the platform across classifications, consisting of Top Sellers, New Releases, The Majority Of Played, Early Access Graduates, Finest of VR, and Controller Games.

The leading 12games in each classification were noted under Platinum while the staying classifications consist of Gold – titles ranked 13 to 24, Silver – 25 to 40, Bronze – 41 to 100.

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The leading sellers’ list consists of 100 games that earned the greatest earnings on Steam throughout 2020. This includes game sales, in-game deals, and DLC sales from January 1, 2020, through December 18, 2020.

The list includes GTA V, Dota 2, and CS: GO that have all made the platinum category five times since these lists were launched in 2016. It also includes Rainbow Six: Siege and PUBG, apart from several brand-new 2020 releases, such as DOOM Eternal, Cyberpunk 2077, and Fall Men.

Leading new releases include EA Sports FIFA 21, Borderlands 3, The Outer Worlds, Temtem and Star Wars: Squadrons. The leading new releases consist of video games based on the total earnings produced throughout the first 2 weeks after its release.

Steam has actually also noted the leading virtual reality (VR)-based games on the platform this year.

“VR continued to get popularity and grow its catalogue in 2020, with more than 800 new VR-only releases on Steam over the course of the year (~ 30 percent boost from 2019),” it said.

Beat Saber, Half-Life: Alyx, Pavlov VR, The Senior Scrolls V: Skyrim VR and Arizona Sunlight were some of the top-selling VR video games on the platform this year.

Top Controller games that were measured based upon the daily active controller players, consist of Grand Theft Automobile V, NBA 2K20, Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Beast Hunter: World, Fall Men: Ultimate Knockout.

“The very first thing that right away jumped out with 2020 was just how much greater the peak concurrent numbers were compared to 2019,” Valve stated.

“Steam saw 12 titles reach more than 100,000 peak concurrent players in all of 2019. That number more than doubled in 2020, with 26 games exceeding 100,000 players. This boost occurred throughout the board,” it stated.

The whole list can be seen on Steam’s website. The platform has actually also announced its Winter season Sale which will end on January 5. Many of the titles in these lists will be provided at discounted prices during the sale.