We are studying the Steam sales chart for the 46th week of the year.

Top of the highest-grossing products on Steam for the period from November 14 to November 20#1

Steam Deck was briefly absent from the top of the Steam sales chart. Last week, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II left the first line in the rating, where it was for three weeks in a row, losing the lead to Valve‘s laptop computer.

#2, #4 and #5

At the same time, Modern Warfare II surpassed all projects in the chart in terms of the number of occupied places. Thanks to the Vault Edition and the upgrade to it, the game is located in three positions at once.

In addition, against the background of the release of the free multiplayer Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, the shooter’s peak online has doubled — to 491,670 people.

However, despite the hype, the ratings of both Warzone 2.0 and Modern Warfare II on Steam now leave much to be desired. At the time of writing the news, Warzone 2.0 had only 34% positive reviews, and Modern Warfare II had 58%. The players mostly scolded multiplayer for bugs, crashes and high ping.

Dynamics of the daily online Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II#3 and #9

Two more lines in the top went to Warhammer 40,000: Darktide. Although the action has not yet been released (the release is scheduled for November 30), from November 17, those who have pre-ordered can play its beta version.

The project has 69% positive reviews and a peak online of 79,112 people.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide#6

The sixth place in the Steam chart was taken by Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. She probably returned to the rating thanks to a 50% discount.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice#7

Next came Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, which was released on PC on November 18. Steam users were satisfied with this part of the Spider-Man game — it has an impressive 95% positive ratings. However, there were not too many people who wanted to play Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. On the premiere day, the peak online title was 12 thousand people. For comparison: at the start, Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered was simultaneously played by over 66 thousand people.

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales#8

A survival simulator in a world full of despondency and nervous breakdowns, Nobody — The Turnaround debuted at the eighth line of the chart. The title, which was released on November 17 in the early access format, interested many players — this is confirmed by the peak online of 82,511 people. Despite this, he failed to achieve high marks. Nobody received a “mixed” rating with 63% positive reviews on Steam.

Nobody — The Turnaround#10

The last place in the Steam sales chart went to another novelty, an addition about Texas for American Truck Simulator.

American Truck Simulator – Texas