We look at which projects have earned the most on Steam in the 30th week of the year.

Top of the highest-grossing products on Steam for the period from July 25 to July 31#1 — Steam Deck

The situation with the first place in the Steam sales chart has not changed. As in previous weeks, the rating was topped by a portable PC from

#2 — Stray

The feline cyberpunk Stray also held its position, once again placing on the second line of the rating. However, the online level of the project has significantly decreased. If at the release the number of simultaneous users in it reached 62,963 people, now the peak daily online has dropped to the level of 12-15 thousand people.

Stray#3 — Digimon Survive

The visual novel Digimon Survive, developed by HYDE and published by Bandai Namco, declined in third place in earnings. The game debuted on Steam on July 29. The novelty was warmly welcomed — 79% of gamers gave it a positive rating. As for online, Digimon Survive reached its maximum values on Sunday evening. Then 6179 people played it at the same time.

Digimon Survive#4 — No Man’s Sky

No Man’s Sky has risen two places in the rating in a week, moving from sixth place to fourth. The game has also grown online (by about two thousand people), but views on Twitch have sharply decreased — from 52 thousand to 7 thousand viewers.

No Man’s Sky#5 — Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered

The pre-order of the remaster of
“Spider-Man” dropped from third place to fifth. Recall that the release of the title is scheduled for August 12. So in the near future Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered is unlikely to disappear from the list of the most earning games of the week on Steam.

Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered#7 — Elden Ring

FromSoftware project continues to be in demand among the Steam gaming community. Over the past week, Elden Ring has risen one line, taking seventh place.

Elden Ring#8 — Red Dead Redemption 2

Discounts of 50% and 60% (depending on the edition) helped
Red Dead Redemption 2 to return to the Steam sales chart. Against the background of the sale, the game has grown a little online. If on Friday evening the peak online Red Dead Redemption 2 was 27,980 people, then on Sunday it was already 34,885 people.

Red Dead Redemption 2#9 — Raft

User interest in
Raft survival has dropped. The project, which stayed in the top 5 for five weeks in a row, this time took the penultimate place in the Steam chart. In addition, compared to the release, the number of simultaneous users in the game has decreased by more than three times — up to 33.5 thousand people.

Raft#10 — Grand Theft Auto V

Closed the
GTA V rating . Like Red Dead Redemption 2, this game entered the sales chart thanks to discounts.

Grand Theft Auto V