Destiny 2 returns to top 3 on Steam charts, new survival game Soulmask debuts at #7

Counter Strike 2 remains undefeated on the Steam charts for the fourth week in a row, but last week still saw quite a few changes and interesting additions. Let’s take a look at the highest-grossing products on the platform over the past seven days.

Destiny 2: The Final Shape (left), Soulmask (right)

Destiny 2 managed to sneak into the top 3 highest-grossing games on Steam for the week of May 28-June 4, right between Valve’s products. It rose four positions to #2 overall, thanks to the upcoming launch of The Final Shape expansion.

Pre-purchases for The Final Shape, which launches today, skyrocketed on the charts, landing at #16 overall (#10 when looking at only premium titles).

Thanks to the release of the Season 4 battle pass for Modern Warfare III (debuted at #9 overall), the Call of Duty app landed at #5 (up 30 positions).

Open world survival game Soulmask debuted in 7th place, also ranking as the 3rd highest-grossing premium title on Steam. There is not much known about its developer (Campfire Studio) or  publisher (Qooland Games), but the latter is a Singaporean company that previously released mobile game Sword Chronicles: AWAKEN. According to SteamDB, Soulmask also peaked at 38,746 concurrent players after its Early Access launch.

Below are the top 10 premium games by gross revenue for the week of May 28-June 4 (excluding F2P titles and Steam Deck):

  1. Call of Duty
  2. Elden Ring
  3. Soulmask
  4. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III — BlackCell (Season 4)
  5. Rust
  6. Ghost of Tsushima
  7. Red Dead Redemption 2
  8. F1 24
  9. Monster Hunter: World
  10. Destiny 2: The Final Shape

Top 20 highest-grossing products on Steam, including F2P titles and Steam Deck, for the week of May 28-June 4 (via SteamDB)

Looking at other new releases on the Steam charts, F1 24 landed at #14 overall, followed and Nine Sols (#30). The latter is an action platformer with Sekiro-like combat, developed and published by Taiwan-based studio Red Candle Games (Detention, Devotion).

Free-to-play fighting game MultiVersus returned to the charts at #22 after its full launch. Thanks to discounts, Monster Hunter World landed at #15 overall, followed by Hogwarts Legacy (#27), Enshrouded (#28), Project Zomboid (#38), Guilty Gear -Strive- (#39), and Monster Hunter World: Iceborn (#40).

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