Released in honor of the first of April, the cooperative horror Content Warning is selling great. The game debuted from fifth place on the chart of the highest-grossing games on Steam, ahead of PUBG in weekly sales: BATTLEGROUNDS, Dragon's Dogma 2 and Baldur's Gate 3.

Content Warning

Recall that Content Warning was distributed for free on Steam for the first 24 hours. According to the developers of Landfall Games, the number of game owners exceeded 6.2 million people per day.

Counter-Strike 2 remains the leader of the overall top for the fourth week in a row. Helldivers 2 is still leading the premium games chart.

Thanks to the free weekend in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III, the Call of Duty edition has risen well in the chart, which includes the second and third Modern Warfare, as well as Warzone. It returned to fourth place in the overall top, whereas a week earlier it was ranked 28th. The BlackCell battle pass for the third season of Modern Warfare III was also included in the chart. He is in eighth place. At the same time, Modern Warfare III, which is sold separately, has hardly changed its position in the chart: she moved from 24th to 23rd place.

The Elder Scrolls Online, which celebrated its tenth anniversary last week, rose from 36th to tenth place.

Dragon's Dogma 2 continued to lose ground. According to the results of the last week, the game dropped eight lines in the overall top and took 14th place.

Top 10 highest-grossing premium products on Steam for the week of April 2nd - 9th:

1. Helldivers 2;
2. Steam Deck;
3. Call of Duty;
4. Content Warning;
5. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III — BlackCell (season 3);
6. Cyberpunk 2077;
7. The Elder Scrolls Online;
8. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege;
9. Baldur’s Gate 3;
10. Dragon’s Dogma 2.

Top 20 highest-grossing products on Steam for the week from April 2 to April 9, including free games

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