CHARTS: Dragon's Dogma 2 drops to sixth

CHARTS: Dragon's Dogma 2 drops to sixth

Capcom's Dragon's Dogma 2 fell from the No.2 spot to sixth in its second week on sale.

The title has shifted over 2.5 million copies to date, according to the Japanese publishing giant, and has been met with critical acclaim, too.

Valve's Counter-Strike 2 was once again the biggest-seller on Steam last week, while chaotic co-op shooter Helldivers 2 rose from third to second week-on-week. Free-to-play battle royale shooters Apex Legends and PUBG: Battlegrounds rose up the charts; the former hit No.3, up from seventh, while the latter reached fourth having been No.6 last week.

The Steam Deck hardware dropped one position to fifth, charting ahead of Final Fantasy XIV Online at No.7 Square Enix's MMO was 47th last week. This is likely due to hype for the upcoming Dawntrail expansion; pre-orders for this new content opened on March 26th and were the ninth biggest seller of the week.

New content also brings Warframe back into the Top Ten. Digital Extremes' free-to-play hit returned to the charts in eighth as the Dante Unbound expansion launches. Rounding off the Top Ten once more is Rainbow Six Siege.

Here is the Steam Top Ten for the week ending April 2nd:

1. Counter-Strike 2, Valve
2. Helldivers 2, PlayStation
3. Apex Legends, EA
4. PUBG: Battlegrounds, Krafton
5. Steam Deck, Valve
6. Dragon's Dogma 2, Capcom
7. Final Fantasy XIV Online, Square Enix
8. Warframe, Digital Extremes
9. Final Fantasy XIV: Dawntrail, Square Enix (P)
10. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, Ubisoft

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