Ghost of Tsushima proves that Sony’s first-party titles can succeed on PC even years after their initial console launch. Let’s take a look at the top titles on Steam by gross revenue over the past week.

Ghost of Tsushima (left), Baldur’s Gate 3 (top right), Cyberpunk 2077 (bottom right)

Counter-Strike 2 remained the highest-grossing game on Steam for the week of May 14-21. It is followed by Ghost of Tsushima, which rose 17 positions to become the leader among premium titles.

Sucker Punch’s title, ported with the help of Nixxes Software, had one of the strongest debuts among PC versions of PlayStation’s first-party games. It peaked at over 77k concurrent players, 10th biggest launch of 2024 on the platform. For comparison, Horizon Forbidden West debuted at #5 on the Steam charts (#3 when only looking at premium titles) earlier this year.

Some of last week’s new indie releases lost several positions: Hades II landed at #8 overall (↓6 positions), followed by V Rising (#12, ↓7 positions) and Animal Well (#30, ↓19 positions).

Thanks to a 15% discount, Baldur’s Gate 3 climbed 20 positions to #6 overall. Cyberpunk 2077, which is currently 50% off, also returned to the top 10 highest-grossing games on Steam — #7 overall, ↑54 positions. These titles also ranked as the 2nd and 3rd best-selling premium games on the platform over the past seven days.

Below are the top 10 premium games by gross revenue for the week of May 14-21 (excluding F2P titles and Steam Deck):

  1. Ghost of Tsushima
  2. Baldur’s Gate 3
  3. Cyberpunk 2077
  4. Hades II
  5. Helldivers 2
  6. Elden Ring
  7. V Rising
  8. Fallout 76
  9. Stellaris
  10. Grand Theft Auto V

Top 15 highest-grossing products on Steam, including F2P titles and Steam Deck, for the week of May 14-21 (via SteamDB)

Interestingly, Elden Ring continues to climb the Steam charts, moving 12 places to #11 overall. Players are also actively pre-ordering the upcoming Shadow of the Erdtree expansion, which ranked #62 overall (↑11 positions).

Despite mixed reviews from players, Best Way’s real-time strategy game Men of War II debuted at 31st place.

Diablo IV returned to the Steam charts at #33 following the successful start of the new season. The game also broke its CCU record on the platform, peaking at 29k concurrent players over the weekend.

It is also worth paying attention to the impressive comeback by American Truck Simulator, which returned to the charts at #17 overall thanks to the launch of the Nebraska expansion and a 75% discount on the base game.

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