Valve’s new Steam Charts page puts all of its best games in one place

Valve's new Steam Charts page puts all of its best games in one place

Valve has introduced a new charts page directly on Steam.

As you might have expected from the title already, this page sees all Steam games grouped together in one place. It will replace the usual Steam Stats that many of you may be familiar with.

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“Today we’re launching Steam Charts, a new section of Steam dedicated to showcasing the most played and best-selling games on Steam. Including real-time numbers,” Valve said in a statement (thanks, Kotaku).

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“The Steam Charts page replaces Steam stats as a comprehensive overview of what’s popular on Steam, whether it’s real-time, by week, or even by month. Steam Charts also aggregates the numbers in more detail to allow for a more detailed picture of the games their players are excited about” .

For those curious, the top five best-selling games today (at the time of writing) are Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Slime Rancher 2, and Cyberpunk 2077 (which has been experiencing a major renaissance lately, which is something that is attributed to the release of the Edgerunners anime. on Netflix), Fifa 23, and Apex Legends.

Meanwhile, the most played games are Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, Apex Legends, PUBG: Battlegrounds and Lost Ark.

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There are also options to take a closer look at the best weekly sellers on Steam and this month’s hottest new releases.

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What a week!

Admittedly, this new page doesn’t show us anything “new”, but it’s nice to see this small update on the site. It could be said, all its power is full from here. You can check out this new page for yourself here.

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