God of War beats Monster Hunter Rise to become best seller on Steam

Latest God of War launched on PC, and it became an instant success. The game entered Steam’s bestseller list just three days after its direct release on the platform.

Santa Monica Studio’s game faces some stiff competition with Capcom’s PC release Monster Hunter Rise only two days before, but single player God of War was able to overcome many players Monster Hunter initially, although that may be due to Monster Hunter separates its groups on separate pages.

On release day, God of War saw more than 60,000 purchases, which peaked at 73,529 on January 16, according to SteamDB. These numbers put the game on the top 10 list on Steam for most of the launch weekend, but it dropped slightly as players started to finish or move on.

These numbers also don’t explain the Epic Games Store’s launch God of War, occur at the same time.

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All in all, this is another strong PC launch for one of Sony’s first-party PlayStation Studios titles after its release. Horizon Zero Dawn and Day by day. Enhanced versions of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy will also drop on PC this year.

Monster Hunter Rise Yes steadily increasing its player count on Steam, peaking at 134,262 players with an average of around 95,000 since launch, taking it to number six on the leaderboard. These numbers will likely continue to hold as Monster Hunter The game has a large following and consistent updates, such as Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak expansion, will launch in Summer 2022.

With the PC launch and continued strong work on the Nintendo Switch, Monster Hunter Rise has surpassed 8 million units sold worldwide.

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