Steam sales chart: Dwarf Fortress became the leader among games, Assassin's Creed Valhalla debuted on the sixth line

We are studying the Steam sales chart for the 49th week of the year.

Top of the highest-grossing products on Steam for the period from December 4 to December 11#1

No changes here. The first place in weekly revenue on Steam traditionally went to Steam Deck.


On December 6, Dwarf Fortress became available for purchase on Steam. Although the game remained free* for many years, its paid release did not go unnoticed. In particular, in less than 24 hours, it sold over 160 thousand copies on Steam, fulfilling a two-month plan.

Dwarf Fortress also received an “extremely positive” rating on Steam — 96% of the reviews were positive. The project reached its maximum online on the evening of December 11, when 28,340 people played Dwarf Fortress at the same time.

*The classic version of Dwarf Fortress can still be picked up for free on the developers’ website.

Dwarf Fortress#3

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II held the third place. The game takes him for the second week in a row.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II#4

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide dropped from second place to fourth. The project’s daily online has also fallen. If on the day of release (November 30) 108,395 people played Darktide at the same time, then last Sunday there were already half as many gamers in the game — 54,698 people.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide#5

IXION, a space urban planning strategy with elements of survival, started on the fifth line in the Steam chart. The title was released on December 7 and faced a rather cool reception. It received 61% positive ratings and a peak online of 17,189 people. They scold IXION for boring gameplay and too complex management.


On December 6, Ubisoft added a number of projects to Steam, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Immediately after the release of “Valhalla” faced a review-bombing. Users were not satisfied that the Steam version of the project does not support achievements, which is why they began to massively give the game low ratings. At the time of writing the news, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has a “mixed” rating on Steam with 63% positive reviews.

As for the peak online, it was 11,522 people.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla#7

EA SPORTS FIFA 23 returned to the seventh line of the Steam chart. She probably managed to do it thanks to a 60% discount and the hype against the backdrop of the World Cup.


Red Dead Redemption 2 went to the eighth line. Note that the game is on the Steam chart for the third week in a row. In this, she is helped by discounts of 67% and 70%, depending on the publication.

Red Dead Redemption 2#10

Cyberpunk 2077 also dropped down the chart. During the week, the game moved from seventh to tenth place.

Cyberpunk 2077

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