CHARTS: 50% price cut sees Cyberpunk 2077 return to Steam Top Ten

CHARTS: 50% price cut sees Cyberpunk 2077 return to Steam Top Ten

CD Projekt's Cyberpunk 2077 is back in the Steam Top Ten once more thanks to a price reduction.

The dark sci-fi RPG is currently 50 per cent off and has returned to the rankings in third place. This comes over two years after its troubled release at the end of 2020; to date, Cyberpunk 2077 has shifted more than 20 million copies.

The top spot once more goes to Valve's Steam Deck, while pre-orders for the upcoming Hogwarts Legacy hang steady in second place ahead of its February 10th release date.

It's also been a big week for Rockstar. The company's cowboy romp Red Dead Redemption 2 has returned to the charts in both fourth and tenth places, thanks to a 67 per cent price cut, while Grand Theft Auto 5 charts in No.7 with a 62 discount. Meanwhile, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy takes eighth position after a 50 per cent slash.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 falls two places week-on-week to No.5, while Elden Ring drops from fifth to sixth.

Persona 3 Portable makes its Steam debut in ninth place following its January 13th release. Persona 3 initially launched for PlayStation 2 back in 2006 before Portable – the PSP re-release – was launched three years later. This follows Persona 4 Golden launching on Steam back in 2021, shifting one million copies in its first year.

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

1. Steam Deck, Valve
2. Hogwarts Legacy, Warner Bros (P)
3. Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt
4. Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar
5. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Activision
6. Elden Ring, Bandai Namco
7. Grand Theft Auto 5, Rockstar
8. Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, Rockstar
9. Persona 3 Portable, Atlus
10. Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar

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