Steam Weekly Sales Ranking May 9 to May 15, Steam Deck 5th Consecutive Champion

Steam Weekly Sales Ranking May 9 to May 15, Steam Deck 5th Consecutive Champion

This week, Steam announced the game sales rankings of last week (May 9 to May 15) as scheduled. In this issue of the rankings, the handheld console of V Club is in a state of madness, and it continues to rank first in the rankings this issue, completing five consecutive championships; the new DLC of The Stars All over the world is released, ranking No. 1 in this rankings Second place; Ayrton Circle ranked third.

Steam Weekly Sales Ranking:

  1. Steam Deck
  2. All-Stars DLC
  3. The Ring of Eldon
  4. Forest
  5. We Were Here Forever
  6. Song of Conquest
  7. Valve VR Kit
  8. Monster Hunter: Rise
  9. Red Dead Redemption 2
  10. Red Dead Redemption 2 Ultimate Edition

Steam Deck

It seems that Valve’s game console is still trendy. It can be said that it has been sold out in the past few weeks. It is estimated that Fat G is also smiling. This rankings issue continues to rank first, completing five consecutive championships.
Steam Deck is a portable handheld game console developed by Valve. The Steam OS on the device supports running other game platforms and can run the games in them.

All-Stars DLC
The brand-new DLC of the well-known 4X strategy game The Stars was officially released last week, and there is no doubt that the new DLC successfully entered the rankings, ranking second.
Overlord gets new features in the latest full expansion pack for Stellaris and unlocks the empire to a whole new level. Guide a galaxy full of potential subjects to glory, or conquer it. New mechanics offer many ways to specialize in vassal roles within your empire, bring new planets and topics to rule, and new megastructures to protect your power further.

Eldon Circle
The popularity of Ayrton Circle continues to be high, and it continues to rank third in this issue’s rankings.
The Ring of Eldon is an action RPG game set in an orthodox dark fantasy world. Step into the vast scenes and underground labyrinths to explore the unknown, challenge difficult and dangerous situations, and enjoy the sense of accomplishment when overcoming difficulties. The group drama composed of the interests of the characters on the stage is not to be missed.

The Forest
The classic sandbox survival game Forest has launched a special promotion.
Players must build facilities, explore the world, and survive in the game. The game can complete the ending by looking for the protagonist’s child Timmy or looking for rescue. Players must chop down trees to build camps, build fires for warmth, gather food, and even grow crops. Players can hide their whereabouts to avoid the enemy, or they can make weapons with stones and sticks to engage the enemy head-on. The player’s enemies are a group of savages and ferocious monsters who, like normal humans, have their own family and moral values.

We Were Here Forever

We Were Here Forever, the fourth work in the We have been series, was officially released last week and ranked fifth in this issue.
The story of this work still takes place in the familiar Castle Rock world. The protagonist, played by the player, wakes up from the eerie Castle Rock but has no clue to find an exit. All the puzzles players encounter in the game require two people to solve – each has a role to play! Players need to communicate through walkie-talkies, act as each other’s eyes and ears, and solve problems together. When one party encounters danger, the other party needs to deal with it calmly and finally dig out the secret behind it and escape successfully.

Song of Conquest

The turn-based strategy game Song of Conquest was released last week, and it successfully entered the list in this issue, ranking sixth.
Song of Conquest is a turn-based strategy game inspired by classics from the 90s. Lead powerful sorcerers known as The Exercisers on an adventure in uncharted lands. Crusade, stubborn enemies, who do not know what to do, hunt for powerful artifacts, the whole world is waiting for you to conquer!

Valve VR Kit
In addition to handhelds, Valve’s own VR kit is also ranked seventh in this issue’s rankings.
The Valve Index VR kit brings players a high-fidelity virtual reality experience. It can get users a more direct experience and significantly reduce the screen door effect. In terms of specifications, the Index VR headset is equipped with two LCDs with a resolution of 1440×1600, which can provide 50% more sub-pixels than OLED screens.

Monster Hunter: Rise

Monster Hunter: Rise continued to rank eighth on the current list, taking advantage of the aftermath of the promotion.
Monster Hunter: Rise is a new work in the Monster Hunter series which supports Simplified Chinese. Using the seamless map of Monster Hunter World, the Re engine is used for development, and there will be no disk reading screen when changing regions. The most important thing is that there will be creatures called flying insects in Monster Hunter Rise, which can fly in the direction indicated by the hunter and use special iron wire to pull the hunter closer. Through this ability, the hunter can not only move to dangerous places at high speed. Cliffs and roadless areas can also be used with various weapons to carry out special attacks.

Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2 has been rediscounted, and there is no suspense in this issue’s ranking list. Red Dead Redemption 2 successfully returned to the list, ranking ninth, while Red Dead Redemption 2 Ultimate Edition ranked tenth.
Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC includes additional Story Mode content, including bounties, gang hideouts, weapons, and more; and free access to a real-world shared with many players in Red Dead Online, including all Previously released improvements and the latest content updates give you the entire online gaming experience, including frontier specialist professions like Bounty Hunter, Trader and Collector, and more.

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