The Steam bestseller list shows that Outriders e It Takes Two retain their respective places.
Steam's weekly bestseller list has been released and there doesn't seem to be much confusion at the top. Outriders and It Takes Two secured the top two spots for the second week in a row.
Outriders got off to a rocky start with players experiencing server issues and, in extreme cases, an entire inventory wipe.
While People Can Fly fixed the server issues, the inventory cleanup led to some players giving up entirely; this is understandable if you've been in the game for more than 100 hours with a full inventory.
However, these issues didn't stop the game from holding the top spot for the second week in a row, with around 100.000 concurrent Steam players daily.
It Takes Two also maintained its position of number two, making the list for the third week in a row.
Co-op play has been tremendously popular since its release in late March and has seen a consistent concurrent player count of around 20.000 per day.
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While it's nowhere near the level of Outriders, the numbers also suggest strong performance next week.
Another noteworthy trend this week is Valheim dropping three places to number seven, the smallest drop yet.
The sale of a publisher resulted in three games from Xbox Game Studios making their way to the list; Forza Horizon 4, Sea of Thieves, and Halo: The Master Chief Collection occupy the third, fourth, and sixth sports, respectively.
Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition moved up one spot to fifth, likely due to the ongoing 40% discount. The Valve Index VR Kit dropped three spots to eighth and The Binding of Isaac: Regret dropped from third to tenth.
It seems unlikely that the top of the chart will see a major shake-up next week, considering there are no major PC games slated to release.
It Takes Two has been a surprise hit since its release. The game's co-op mechanics and unusual story elements have captivated players and kept the game atop the Steam charts.
In fact, developer Josef Fares is so confident about the game that he said, “I can literally give $1.000 to anyone who says, 'Oh, I'm tired of this game now because it doesn't surprise me.' One thousand dollars! I guarantee. I'll give it to everyone who gets tired. ”