There are permutations at the top of the chart of the highest-grossing products on Steam. Counter-Strike 2, which was in the lead for seven weeks in a row, lost the first place to the extraction shooter Gray Zone Warfare.

Gray Zone Warfare

Earlier, Madfinger Games PR director Rick Lagnese told Insider Gaming in an interview that sales of Gray Zone Warfare exceeded all studio expectations. According to him, the game was bought almost 700 thousand times in its debut week.

Manor Lords dropped from second to third place in the chart. The fourth went to Total War: WARHAMMER III, which returned to the top thanks to the release of the Thrones of Decay add-on. The add—on itself also got into the chart, and it was located on three lines at once - DLC with different characters took 12th, 13th and 16th places.

Another notable thing: Helldivers 2 dropped from sixth to ninth place. Perhaps this is due to the scandal due to the linking of the PlayStation Network account. Note that the game's Steam rating has improved to "mostly positive." According to SteamDB, on May 6 and 7, users of the site wrote more than 230 thousand positive reviews.

Top 20 highest-grossing products on Steam for the week from April 30 to May 7, including paid games

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