CHARTS: Lethal Company continues its rise up the Steam Top Ten

CHARTS: Lethal Company continues its rise up the Steam Top Ten

Co-op horror title Lethal Company was the second biggest seller on Steam last week.

The game, from developer Zeekerss, came in at No.4 last week and was at No.8 before that. Lethal Company has seen such success thanks to the title going viral on social media platforms like Twitter, as well as being popular with streamers.

The No.1 spot once again went to Valve's Steam Deck in the second week of the company's brand new OLED edition of its hardware being available, as well as the older version being discounted. Counter-Strike 2 drops another place across another week, this time charting at No.3.

A 50 per cent cut helps EA Sports FC 24 return to the Top Ten having coming in twelfth place last week, while publisher stablemate Apex Legends also shoots back into the charts at sixth from No.13.

Cyberpunk 2077 has also seen a massive 50 per cent price cut, bringing the sci-fi RPG up a cool 20 places in the charts to No.5. The game's Phantom Liberty DLC saw an almost identical rise, up from No.37 to No.17.

Call of Duty dropped down four places to No.7 – as hype around Modern Warfare 3 dissipates – coming in ahead of Red Dead Redemption 2. Rockstar's cowboy romp shot up 82 places to No.8 thanks to a 67 per cent price cut. Battle royale hit PUBG: Battlegrounds fell from fifth to ninth week-on-week, while Baldur's Gate 3 rounds off the Top Ten having dropped four places.

Here is the Steam Top Ten for the week ending November 28th:

1. Steam Deck, Valve
2. Lethal Company, Zeekerss
3. Counter-Strike 2, Valve
4. EA Sports FC 24, EA
5. Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt
6. Apex Legends, EA
7. Call of Duty, Activision
8. Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar
9. PUBG: Battlegrounds, Krafton
10. Baldur's Gate 3, Larian Studios

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