Steam Charts: There’s a new front runner, Battlefield 2042 overthrown

At the start of the new week, as usual, we’re taking a closer look the current Steam sales charts. A lot has happened there compared to the previous week. This is due, among other things, to the large-scale autumn sale, which attracts with numerous offers. There is also a new front runner.

Who sits on the throne of the Steam sales charts?

The first-person shooter Battlefield 2042 had to clear the top spot in the Steam sales charts after several weeks. The Farming Simulator 22, which had already launched the attack, is now there. The latest Battlefield episode slipped to second place, while the role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077 took third and thus last place on the podium. Its comeback was fueled by the autumn sale.

How’s the rest of the top 10 on Steam?

There are also other ranks in the sales charts several returneeswho benefit from the current discounts. The Western action game Red Dead Redemption 2 can be found in both fourth and eighth place. The action adventure Horizon: Zero Dawn could also be Celebrate a comeback. On the other hand, titles like Age of Empires 4 and Ruined King: A League of Legends Story have been thrown out.

For the placements of the individual games in the Steam sales charts, the respective Amount of sales achieved crucial. The charts are weekly in one XML feed on Steam issued. The following charts relate to the period from November 22nd to November 28th, 2021. The calculation starts today of the top 10 the next week. Here is the overview:

  1. Farming Simulator 22 (Landwirtschafts-Simulator)
  2. Battlefield 2042
  3. Spare 50% bei Cyberpunk 2077
  4. Spare 50% bei Red Dead Redemption 2
  5. Valve Index VR Kit
  6. Forza Horizon 5
  7. Spare 50% bei Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition
  8. Spare 50% bei Red Dead Redemption 2
  9. Save 40% on FIFA 22
  10. Spare 10% bei Myth of Empires

Those: Steam

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