No Rest for the Wicked debuts in top 5 on Steam charts, while Fallout games continue to perform strong

No Rest for the Wicked had a strong debut on the Steam charts, outperforming many popular premium and free-to-play titles. Let’s take a close look the top games by gross revenue for the previous week.

Steam charts: No Rest for the Wicked debuts in top 5, Fallout games continue to perform strong

No Rest for the Wicked

Counter-Strike 2 remained the highest-grossing game on Steam for the week of April 16-23. It is followed by two other products by Valve, Dota 2 and Steam Deck.

Following its Early Access launch last week, No Rest for the Wicked, which also peaked at over 36k concurrent players, debuted at #5 overall. Among premium titles, it was second only to Helldivers 2.

The Fallout franchise continued to climb the charts thanks to the success of Amazon’s TV series. Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 both landed in the top 10, moving up one and three spots respectively. Other games included New Vegas (#31, up 13 positions) and Fallout 3 (#53, down one position).

雀魂麻將, the China-only Steam version of free-to-play game MahjongSoul, skyrocketed on the charts thanks to a new in-game event. It climbed 82 places to #7 overall, outperforming global hits like Apex Legends, Destiny 2, and Call of Duty.

Below are the top 10 premium games by gross revenue for the week of April 16-23 (excluding F2P titles and Steam Deck):

  1. Helldivers 2
  2. No Rest for the Wicked
  3. 雀魂麻將(MahjongSoul)
  4. Fallout 4
  5. Fallout 76
  6. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III
  7. RimWorld
  8. Call of Duty
  9. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
  10. Baldur’s Gate 3

Top 15 highest-grossing products on Steam, including F2P titles and Steam Deck, for the week of April 16-23 (via SteamDB)

Sker Ritual, a zombie survival shooter from Wales Interactive, debuted at #17 overall after its launch on April 18.

Overwatch 2 returned to the charts at #19 following the release of the new hero Venture. The game, however, still has mostly negative reviews on Steam, with only 36% of the 8,822 reviews left in the last 30 days being positive.

Monster Hunter: World jumped 77 positions to #22, while the Iceborn expansion and Monster Hunter Rise returned to the top 50. This is thanks to large discounts. Looking at other Capcom releases, Dragon’s Dogma 2’s gross revenue continues to gradually decline, with the game landing at #61 (down 29 positions from the previous week).

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