Valheim blockbuster on Steam, Forza Horizon 4 follows suit

Valheim blockbuster on Steam, Forza Horizon 4 follows suit

Valheim blockbuster on Steam

The week ending March 14 sees Valheim once again on the top step of the Steam podium in the ranking of the highest grossing games in the past seven days. In second place Forza Horizon 4, which made its debut on the Valve marketplace on March 9th.

Also worth noting is the third place of Loop Hero, a new game from Devolver Digital that sold over 500,000 copies in the week debut. Fourth place for Valve Index VR while fifth is the Ultimate Edition of Forza Horizon 4.

Top 10 Steam

Valheim Forza Horizon 4 (Standard) Loop Hero Valve Index VR Forza Horizon 4 ( Ultimate) Tale of Immortal Counter Strike Global Offensive Broken Fang DLC ​​Middle-earth Shadow of War Stronghold Warlords Metro Exodus Tale of Immortal occupies the sixth position followed by the Broken Fang DLC ​​for Counter Strike Global Offensive, the Top 10 closes with The Middle-earth Shadow of War, Stronghold Warlords and Metro Exodus, the latter on sale for the entire weekend.

Less than a month after launch, Valheim has won over 5 million players, even surpassing the expectations of the developers, now working to produce new content and develop maintenance patches. Good success also for Forza Horizon 4, apparently much awaited by players on Steam.





Steam's Top-Selling Games For January 2021 Include Dyson Sphere Program, The Medium, And Plenty Of Yakuza

As part of a monthly feature, Valve has revealed the best-selling games on Steam from January this year. One trend that was very noticeable was that 12 of the top 20 games were Early Access titles, an unprecedented number for the digital distribution platform since it launched the feature eight years ago.


“Just as exciting is the fact that the success of these products in January demonstrates just how comfortable and excited players are to experience games using Early Access,” Valve said in a statement. New development teams also landed in the top 20, as studios Live Wire, Nussygame, and others all released products on Steam for the first time.


Valve didn't specify any exact revenue numbers or the exact ranking for how well the games did, but the top 20 saw Bloober Team's spooky detective game The Medium, three remastered Yakuza games from Sega, and the grim reimagining of Arthurian legend in King Arthur: Knight's Tale enter the list.


The rest of the list included Everspace 2, Snowtopia, Journey to the Savage Planet, Skul: The Hero Slayer, and Dyson Sphere Program.

Steam's Best-Selling Games Of January 2021
  • Journey to the Savage Planet
  • Curious Expedition 2
  • The Medium
  • Skul: The Hero Slayer
  • King Arthur: Knight's Tale
  • Dyson Sphere Program
  • Everspace 2
  • Yakuza 3 Remastered
  • Yakuza 4 Remastered
  • Yakuza 5 Remastered
  • Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends and the Secret Fairy
  • Snowtopia
  • Home Behind 2
  • Mad Games Tycoon 2
  • NIMBY Rails
  • Devour Her: Burn Together
  • Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights
  • Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen
  • Tale of Immortal
  • Heroes of the Three Kingdoms 8
  • Free games saw plenty of interest from players, and the top five ordered by the total unique number of players on Steam were Hexceed, Cosmic Break: Universal, SCP: Escape Together, B100X: Auto Dungeon RPG, and Soul Dossier.


    Next month will likely see Valheim in Steam's monthly top 20 charts, as the blockbuster game keeps crossing sales milestones. After three weeks, the Nordic multiplayer game has managed to sell 4 million units and has logged more than 500,000 concurrent players at its peak.

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