CHARTS: Fall Guys once again holds the No.1 spot on Steam

CHARTS: Fall Guys once again holds the No.1 spot on Steam

For the third week since its launch, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout was the best-selling game on Steam.

The title, from developer Mediatonic and publisher Devolver Digital, was released on August 3rd and has been a hit. Within a week of its launch, it had sold more than two million copies on Steam alone. The game's cosmetic pack was the fifth best-selling title of the week.

Second place goes to the latest entry in Microsoft's Flight Simulator series. It's the first brand new title in the franchise since 2006's Flight Simulator X and as a result, there's a lot of pent up demand.

Innersloth's Among Us rose one place to No.4 this week, while Risk of Rain 2 dropped three positions to sixth place. NBA 2K20 from 2K Games took the No.7 spot thanks to a 92 per cent price cut on Steam. The basketball title comes in ahead of the recently-released sequel to popular roguelite title Rogue Legacy. Rogue Legacy 2 has been released into Early Access.

The perpetually-popular Grand Theft Auto V came in ninth place, while indie title Spiritfarer rounds off the charts at No.10. The game was featured in a recent Nintendo Direct broadcast, so received a lot of attention as a result.

Here is the Steam Top Ten for the week ending August 22nd:

1. Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, Devolver Digital
2. Microsoft Flight Simulator, Microsoft
4. Among Us, Innersloth
5. Fall Guys: Collectors Pack, Devolver Digital
6. Risk of Rain 2, Gearbox
7. NBA 2K20, 2K Games
8. Rogue Legacy 2, Cellar Door Games
9. Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar
10. Spiritfarer, Thunder Lotus

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