CHARTS: Steam Deck dock debuts in second place

CHARTS: Steam Deck dock debuts in second place

Valve's hardware once again heads up the top of the Steam Top Ten.

The firm's Steam Deck console was the highest selling item of the week on the service, while second place goes to the newly-released Docking Station. This allows users to plug in peripherals, as well as connect their Steam Deck to monitors.

In at No.3 – rising up one place week-on-week – is FIFA 23, while fellow EA title Need for Speed Heat falls one position to No.4.

Marauders from developer Small Impact Games and publisher Team17 makes its debut in fifth place, coming in ahead of Cyberpunk 2077, another title that dipped one position week-on-week.

Grounded from Obsidian Entertainment returns to the Top Ten in seventh place following its 1.0 release. The title initially launched into Early Access back in July 2020, debuting in No.1 on release.

Pre-orders for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II hang steady in ninth place ahead of its October 28th launch, while Slime Rancher 2 drops three slots to No.10.

Here is the Steam Top Ten for the week ending October 9th:

1. Steam Deck, Valve
2. Steam Deck Docking Station, Valve
3. FIFA 23, EA
4. Need or Speed Heat, EA
5. Marauders, Small Impact Games
6. Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt
7. Grounded, Obsidian
9. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, Activision (P)
10. Slime Rancher 2, Monomi Park

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