CHARTS: Among Us ends Fall Guys run at the Steam No.1 spot

CHARTS: Among Us ends Fall Guys run at the Steam No.1 spot

Surprise hit Among Us has taken the top spot from Mediatonic's Fall Guys.

The multiplayer title launched back in 2018 but has seen a sudden surge in popularity in the last two months, re-entering the Steam Top Ten and has slowly been rising up the ranks ever since. Last week, it was the second best-selling game on the platform. Earlier in September, Among Us hit 1.5m concurrent users across PC and mobile platforms

Fall Guys falls to No.2 in its seventh week on sale, while Valve's Index VR Kit rose from fifth place to the No.3 spot this week. Crusader Kings III from Paradox drops one place to fourth, with its special Royal Edition falling three places to tenth, while Medieval Dynasty from Toplitz Productions debuts in the Steam Top Ten at No.6.

Early Access title Hades from beloved developer Supergiant takes seventh place in the wake of its 1.0 launch. The game originally debuted on the Epic Games Store back in December 2018 before coming to Steam 12 months later.

The newly-released Isle of Siptah DLC for Conan Exiles was the eighth highest-selling game of the week, coming in ahead of Pocket Pair's Craftopia which dropped five places to No.9 last week.

Here is the Steam Top Ten for the week ending September 19th:

1. Among Us, Innersloth
2. Fall Guys, Devolver Digital
3. Valve Index VR Kit, Valve
4. Crusader Kings III, Paradox
5. Sea of Thieves, Xbox Game Studios
6. Medieval Dynasty, Toplitz Productions
7. Hades, Supergiant
8. Conan Exiles: Isle of Spitah, Funcom
9. Craftopia, Pocket Pair
10. Crusader Kings III Royal Edition, Paradox

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