After losing its crown earlier this month, Palworld has failed to reclaim the title of top-grossing game on Steam. But there were still enough changes on the platform’s charts last week.

Helldivers 2 remained the highest-grossing game on Steam for the week of February 13-20. It once again outperformed not only premium titles like Palworld and Baldur’s Gate, but also free-to-play hits like Counter-Strike 2, Apex Legends, and Dota 2.

It is worth noting that Helldivers 2’s Super Citizen Edition upgrade also ranked 7th overall (3rd when excluding free-to-play titles). Despite many technical issues, the game maintains strong player interest. It peaked at nearly 410k concurrent users over the weekend, and its CCU count continues to rise.

Deep Rock Galactic: Survivor, spin-off of Ghost Ship Games’ successful co-op FPS, debuted at #9 overall (#5 when excluding free-to-play titles). Considering that the game is currently sold at $8.99 and that Steam ranks titles by gross revenue, the number of copies sold might be really impressive! Funday Games-developed auto shooter also reached over 56k CCU, surpassing the original game’s all-time peak.

Below are the top 10 premium games by gross revenue for the week of February 13-20 (excluding F2P titles and Steam Deck):

  1. Helldivers 2
  2. Palworld
  3. Helldivers 2 — Upgrade to Super Citizen Edition
  4. Call of Duty
  5. Deep Rock Galactic: Survivor
  6. Granblue Fantasy: Relink
  7. Last Epoch
  8. Enshrouded
  9. Baldur’s Gate 3
  10. Cyberpunk 2077

Top 20 highest-grossing products on Steam, including F2P titles and Steam Deck, for the week of February 13-20 (via SteamDB)

Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden, a new action adventure game from Don’t Nod, had an underwhelming debut, ranking 37th on the charts. It received positive reviews from critics and players, but only peaked at 3,791 concurrent players.

Last Epoch, an action RPG from Eleventh Hour Games, experienced a huge spike in gross revenue ahead of its 1.0 launch. The game jumped 20 places and landed at #12 overall.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, which ranked 63rd the previous week, has now dropped out of the top 100.

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