Every week, Steam compiles the charts of the world's top sellers in the gaming industry. Week 46 ended November 20th. Now you can find out which games the players preferred during this period.
The first place in the Steam chart was once again taken by Valve's portable gaming computer, the Steam Deck. The demand for this device is easily explained by the fact that it makes it possible to get games for all platforms. The Steam Deck is also less expensive than more famous consoles such as the Xbox and PlayStation. The Call of Duty franchise is also not losing its popularity among the players. Three versions of Modern Warfare 2 made it into the weekly top 10, taking the second, fourth and fifth places.
It is worth noting that last week two versions made the list, taking the first and fifth places. The new part of the Call of Duty franchise is a long-awaited and ambitious product, so we will definitely see different versions of it in the following charts. Pre-orders for Warhammer 40,000: Darktide are up from sixth place to third place from week 45, and pre-orders for Warhammer 40,000: Darktide - Imperial are ninth on chart this week. Three new games debuted in week 46 on the Steam chart. Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales was released on November 12 and ranked seventh.
Nobody - The Turnaround was officially launched on November 16th and debuted at number eight. American Truck Simulator - Texas saw the world of the gaming industry on November 15 and took last place on the Steam weekly chart. All store listings are sorted by the level of income that a certain product brought, contain pre-orders, as well as game hardware.
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