My Time at Sandrock and Sniper Elite 5 are on the Steam sales chart, but V Rising is still in first place

My Time at Sandrock and Sniper Elite 5 are on the Steam sales chart, but V Rising is still in first place

V Rising consolidated the success of the release week in the Steam sales chart - the game was, and still is the leader.
Steam Deck is breathing down its neck, and Elden Ring takes the bronze.V Rising's online peak was frozen at 150,645 people a week ago.
However, at the time of writing the news there are almost as many users in the game - 143,237, which leaves behind such giants as Destiny 2, Grand Theft Auto V and Elden Ring.
Recall that a week after its release in early access vampire survivalist sold a million copies.Novelties of the week that hit the chart (in parentheses - peak online):My Time at Sandrock (early access) - continuation of the life simulator My Time at Portia (21,778).
Sniper Elite 5 - another installment of the sniper shooter (14,870).Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix+ - an anime rhythm game (2,730).#SteamTopSellers for week ending May 29, 2022:#1 - V Rising#2 - Steam Deck#3 - ELDEN RING#4 - FIFA 22#5 - My Time at Sandrockhttps://t.
co/eoGsqOdRmE- SteamDB (@SteamDB) May 29, 2022The top 10 in revenue (last week's spot in parentheses):V Rising (1).Steam Deck (2).One of the Elden Ring editions (4).One of the FIFA 22 editions (8).My Time at Sandrock (-).Founder's Pack: Eldest Bloodline for V Rising (5).Valve Index VR Kit (6).
VIP edition of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix+ (-).No Man's Sky (-).One edition of Sniper Elite 5 (-).Explanation for having No Man's Sky on the list: first - the launch of the Leviathan expedition, which turns the game into a \"Rogalike\"; second - 50% off.

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