Shortly after Valve announced the OLED version of Steam Deck, its handheld PC has become the top-selling product on the store. Here are all the notable shifts that have occurred on the charts over the past week.
Steam Deck climbed three places to become the highest-grossing product on Steam globally for the week of November 14-21. It is followed by Valve’s evergreen hit, Counter-Strike 2.
Earlier this month, the company announced Steam Deck OLED with a larger screen, faster RAM and processor, as well as longer battery life. It also noted that sales of the original device had already reached “multiple millions.”
Call of Duty remained the top premium game by gross revenue. Lethal Company, which has just peaked at over 117k concurrent players (via SteamDB), took 2nd place. Last week, GameDiscoverCo estimated the sales of the co-op horror game from solo dev Zeekerss at over 640k copies with a projected gross of $5.7 million (the numbers are likely higher now).
Below are the top 10 games on Steam by gross revenue for the week of November 14-21 (excluding F2P titles and Steam Deck):
- Call of Duty
- Lethal Company
- Baldur’s Gate 3
- Remnant II
- Age of Empires IV: Anniversary Edition
- EA Sports FC 24
- Lies of P
- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
- Age of Empires IV: The Sultans Ascend
Top 15 highest-grossing products on Steam, including F2P titles, for the week of November 14-21 (via SteamDB)
Interestingly, MahjongSoul suddenly appeared on the global charts at #7. This is the Steam version (only available in China) of Catfood Studio’s free-to-play mahjong game. Despite being strictly region-locked, MahjongSoul managed to generate more money than global F2P titles like Lost Ark, Naraka: Bladepoint, and Apex Legends.
Thanks to discounts, many older games returned to the charts, outselling new releases. The list includes Remnant II (#9 overall), Age of Empires IV (#11, up 84 places), Stellaris (#14, up 46 places), Lies of P (#15, up 75 places), Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (#16), and Black Desert (#21, up 23 places).