CHARTS: Valve Index VR Kit takes Steam No.1 spot again

CHARTS: Valve Index VR Kit takes Steam No.1 spot again

Valve's Index virtual reality kit was once again the top-selling item on Steam last week.

The tech took the despite not being in stock at the moment. At the moment if you place an order, Valve says that it isn't going to be shipped for another eight weeks.

Sea of Thieves fell from No.1 to second place over the last week, while fellow Xbox Game Studios title Halo: The Master Chief Collection thanks to a 20 per cent price cut during the recent Steam Summer Sale.

The recently-released F1 2020 from racing gurus Codemasters takes fourth place, ahead of Coffee Stain's Satisfactory. The title came to Steam after a period of exclusivity on the Epic Games Store.

Pre-orders for Guerrilla's Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition came in sixth place. The title is set to launch on PC on August 7th, following rumours that it was launching on the hardware this year, after being exclusive to Sony's PlayStation 4 following its March 2017 release.

The Iceborne DLC for Capcom's Monster Hunter World charted in seventh place following a price cut during the Steam Sale and an update to Iceborne. Bethesda's Doom Eternal shot to the No.8 spot after being 50 per cent off during the Summer Sale. The title had the best opening weekend for the series to date according to publisher Bethesda.

Battle royale hit Playerunknown's Battlegrounds comes in at the No.9 spot, ahead of Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2.

Here is the Steam Top Ten for the week ending July 11th:

1. Valve Index VR Kit, Valve
2. Sea of Thieves, Xbox Game Studios
3. Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Xbox Game Studios
4. F1 2020, Codemasters
5. Satisfactory, Coffee Stain
6. Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition, PlayStation (P)
7. Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, Capcom
8. Doom Eternal, Bethesda
9. Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, PUBG Corp
10. Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar

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