Potentially one of the biggest releases of the year, Hogwarts Legacy, will see the light of day next week, which is why the public has begun to pre-order the novelty on Steam more and more intensively. So intense, in fact, that it’s only the second time the Steam Deck portable console has climbed to the top of the Steam charts, succeeding in pushing the near-permanent leader from first place.
Previously, only the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II shooter was able to achieve such an achievement, which, by the way, is still in the top ten, albeit not in the leading positions. Note that projects get into the chart not by the number of sales, but by the revenue received, in connection with which Steam Deck has an impressive and not entirely fair head start, since the price tag for the device itself is significantly higher than for any game.
Only one novelty broke into the chart – the boxing simulator Undisputed. All other projects are not the first freshness, but are still very much in demand by the public. Discounts help some of them with the acceleration of sales, for example, as in the case of Project Zomboid or the cult Red Dead Redemption 2. The remake of the horror Dead Space still feels good.
In general, the top ten of the Steam chart looks like this (in parentheses is the place in the top 10 a week earlier):
1) Pre-order one of the editions of Hogwarts Legacy (2);
2) Steam Deck (1);
3) One of the publications of Dead Space (3);
4) Pre-order another edition of Hogwarts Legacy (2);
5) Undisputed (-);
6) Hi-Fi RUSH (8);
7) Project Zomboid (-);
8) Another edition of Dead Space (3);
9) One of the editions of Red Dead Redemption 2 (5);
10) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II (9).
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