We are studying the Steam sales chart for the 48th week of the year.

Top of the highest-grossing products on Steam for the period from November 28 to December 4#1

The first place in earnings for the week went to the standard portable PC Steam Deck.


Released on November 30, Warhammer 40,000: Darktide took the title of leader among games from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and placed on the second line of the chart. Against the background of the release of Warhammer 40,000: Darktide, the daily online has grown to 108,395 people.

As for the ratings of Warhammer 40,000: Darktide on Steam, they are “mixed”. Of all the comments, only 67% were positive. Basically, players scold the technical condition of the title, but at the same time praise the graphics and atmosphere.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide#3 and 10

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II again took two places in the Steam chart at once. In addition to the standard edition, the
Vault Edition got into the top.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II#4 and 5

Last Friday, the release of the horror
The Callisto Protocol took place. The game was poorly received, especially the PC version. Users criticized it for poor optimization, numerous bugs and much more. As a result, The Callisto Protocol was able to receive only 27% positive reviews on Steam. Critics were not too enthusiastic about horror either — they rated the game 72-76 points depending on the platform (Metacritic).

However, on December 3, the developers released a patch that solved some of the problems on the PC. After that, the rating of The Callisto Protocol on Steam rose to 54%.

Note that, according to game director Glen Schofield, horror at the start turned out to be almost unplayable due to human error. Someone in the studio hurried and uploaded the wrong file to the release version of the project.

The Callisto Protocol#6

Red Dead Redemption 2 dropped from third to sixth place on the chart. Recall that last time the western was able to climb so high thanks to the sale that lasted on Steam from November 22 to November 29.

Red Dead Redemption 2#7

Cyberpunk 2077, which took fifth place a week earlier, also went down a few lines.

All the other games that entered the Steam chart last time as part of the fall sale (God of War, It Takes Two, Battlefield V and others) have disappeared from the bestseller list.

Cyberpunk 2077#8

The eighth place went to Need for Speed Unbound — another novelty in the chart. It was released on December 2 and received good ratings. On Steam, the racing game scored 78% positive reviews, and on Metacritic — 80-81 points out of 100.

Need for Speed Unbound