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Steam has released a list of the 100 top-selling games of 2018. While the dominant PC gaming platform hasn’t released exact sales figures for any of the games listed, it’s still fascinating to see which PC titles have dominated through 2018.
The Valve-owned Steam is the first choice for most PC gamers looking to purchase games. Unfortunately for gamers with limited time for gaming, Steam’s catalog of games is now so large it’s difficult to keep track of what’s hot and what’s not.
Steam’s Top Sellers of 2018
Steam’s list of top-selling games of 2018 is designed to help gamers zero in on the biggest titles. After all, if so many people are buying a particular title, even if it’s several years old, it must be good, right? In the main, yes, as Steam users know their stuff.
Today we're unveiling lists of the top selling and top played games on Steam in 2018!
Let's take a look at the best-performing games of the year!
— Steam (@steam_games) December 27, 2018
Steam has divided its top sellers into four categories: Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze. There are 12 Platinum titles, and these are the games that flew off Steam’s digital shelves through 2018. The 12 top-selling games on Steam in 2018 (in no particular order) are:
- Monster Hunter World
- The Elder Scrolls Online
- PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
- Rainbow Six Siege
- Civilization VI
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
- DOTA 2
- Far Cry 5
- Grand Theft Auto V
- CS:GO Danger Zone
- Rocket League
As well as listing the top sellers, Steam has also listed the top new releases, the top selling VR games, the top early access graduates, and the games that racked up the highest number of simultaneous players. All of Steam’s lists for 2018 can be found here. These games make for perfect playing to earn some Steam trading cards.
Organize Your Steam Library
If you’re reading this the chances are you’ve bought more games on Steam than you’ll ever have time to play. So before buying more here’s how to organize your Steam library. And while you’re doing some admin, you should back up your Steam screenshots.
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