Each week, gamers around the world log onto digital distribution platform Steam, to get their latest gaming fix, and every week, Player Attack lets you know which games were the most popular.
And it looks like Michael, Franklin and Trevor really do have a bit of a strangle-hold on 2016, topping the charts for another week and holding off titles that are both much newer and much trendier. We’re not knocking GTAV by any means, but it’s still odd to see it showing up higher than Fallout 4 and the new Tom Clancy – and higher again than a seemingly on-point Star Wars Collection. Surely it can’t be on top for too much longer – doesn’t every Steam account holder own a copy by now?
Perhaps that Star Wars collection might be too pricey – there are 14 titles bundled up together, and you save nearly US$35, but it does cost you US$99 to get ’em all. And again, maybe everybody already has Knights of the Old Republic, or Force Unleashed (1 or 2), or Jedi Knight, or Battlefront II…
|#1 – Grand Theft Auto V
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|#2 – Fallout 4|
#3 – Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
#4 – Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
#5 – ARK: Survival Evolved
#6 – Rocket League
#7 – The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
#8 – Star Wars Collection
#9 – Dying Light
#10 – Just Cause 3