CHARTS: Valheim has actually spent a month at Steam No. 1 spot
Early Gain access to survival title Valheim has now taken the No. 1 area on Steam for the fourth week in a row.
The news comes following news that the video game had moved 4 million systems in its first three weeks on the market. The Viking Early Gain access to title charted ahead of Valve’s own Index VR headset, which was the 2nd highest-selling product of the week, while Lightning Games’ Tale of Never-ceasing drops from No. 2 to 3rd location week-on-week.
Personality 5 Strikers takes both fourth and fifth location. No. 4 goes to the routine edition, ahead of the digital luxurious variation. This is a spin-off title made by franchise designer P-Studio in addition to Dynasty Warriors maker Omega Force that sees the Personality 5 characters fighting in the disorderly hack-and-slash style of the Dynasty Warriors IP.
Stardew Valley returns to the Steam Top Ten in 6th place 5 years after it was launched, while pre-orders for Square Enix’s upcoming Outriders were the seventh highest-selling product of the week. This follows a demo for the shooter going live on February 25th.
Nioh 2 Total Edition drops two places to No. 8 ahead of Baldur’s Gate 3, which returns to the Leading Ten with the launch of the Druid class and a quite large spot. Assembling the bottom of the charts today is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive DLC, Operation Broken Fang.
Here is the Steam Top Ten for the week ending February 27th:
1. Valheim, Coffee Discoloration Publishing
2. Valve Index VR, Valve
3. Tale of Immortal, Lightning Games
4. Persona 5: Strikers, Sega
5. Persona 5: Strikers Digital Deluxe, Sega
6. Stardew Valley, ConcernedApe
7. Outriders, Square Enix (P).
8. Nioh 2, Koei Tecmo.
9. Baldur’s Gate 3, Larian Studios.
10. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive: Operation Broken Fang, Valve.