CHARTS: Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade makes Steam debut at No.2

CHARTS: Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade makes Steam debut at No.2

The remake of Square Enix's Final Fantasy VII has finally launched on Steam, charting in second place.

The Intergrade edition of the iconic RPG initially made its PC debut on the Epic Games Store in December 2021 following its initial release on PlayStation 4 back in April 2020. This new iteration of the Remake comes with the new Intermission story content chapter as well as a wealth of cosmetic content.

First place once again goes to Valve's Steam Deck, while the company's Index virtual reality headset has dropped out of the Top Ten for the first time in a while. Tripwire's Chivalry 2 makes its Steam debut in third place following its June 12th release, in part thanks to a 40 per cent price cut.

Monster Hunter Rise from Capcom returns to the Top Ten in fourth due to a 49 per cent price cut, while pre-orders for the game's upcoming Sunbreak DLC took sixth place ahead of its June 30th launch.

Dotemu's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge makes its debut in fifth place, following a critically acclaimed release. The title takes after the Konami Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles titles from the 80s and 90s.

Elden Ring continues its descent down the charts, falling three places to seventh week-on-week. Vampire survival title V Rising also drops down the charts by six positions to reach No.8. 2K's The Quarry takes No.9 this week, dropping one place, while the newly-released Starship Troopers: Terran Command rounds off the Top Ten.

Here is the Steam Top Ten for the week ending June 18th:

1. Steam Deck, Valve
2. Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, Square Enix
3. Chivalry 2, Tripwire Presents
4. Monster Hunter Rise, Capcom
5. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge, Dotemu
6. Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, Capcom
7. Elden Ring, Bandai Namco
8. V Rising, Stunlock
9. The Quarry, 2K Games
10. Starship Troopers: Terrain Command

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