Steam's weekly chart: The first two seats weren't games, but Need for Speed Heat overrun by Marauders dieselpunk

Steam's weekly chart: The first two seats weren't games, but Need for Speed Heat overrun by Marauder

Steam Deck's portable PC is on the Steam chart for the 19th consecutive week, and has now been joined by a recently released dock station. The device turning the console into a fixed system has replaced FIFA 23 from the second line.

Valve announced its release last week. At the same time, the company announced that it would no longer be required to book Steam Deck before it was purchased; the device could now be purchased at any time. David Edmundson, of the KDE community, had recently announced that the supply of the console had exceeded 1 million copies.

FIFA 23 started losing players: the peak online in the last 24 hours was 66,414 users. The second-line edition of the Ultimate Edition left the top 10 and the remaining two left on the third and eighth, respectively.

The interest in Need for Speed Heat, who returned to the three leaders the previous week as a result of free weekends, is gradually declining, but online remains fairly high. In the last 24 hours, the race attracted 72075 people at the same time and lost only one position, moving to the fourth line.

In the fifth place, the only new hit on the chart was the Marauders multiplayer tactical shooter from Small Impact Games and Team17. The game in the 1990s alternative diesel universe, offering to survive in space as space pirates, started in early access, where it will last 12 to 18 months.

The Marauders' rating, based on more than 2,300 reviews, is 76%. Buyers call the Shooter a successful variation of Escape from Tarkov and note the expressive atmosphere, the interesting locations and the exciting gameplay in the cooperative, while many complained about the large number of bugs and the lack of content.

On September 27, the game was released from early access and received a major upgrade of 1.0 with a final part of the story campaign, a new location and other innovations, while online users grew about tenfold, leaving over 28,400 reviews, with an average rating of 88%.

Cyberpunk 2077 lost one position.

The VR action with the real physics BONELAB left the chart.

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