The just-released Resident Evil 4 remake of the popular game has surpassed 168,191 players at the same time. Other noteworthy statistics include the return to the FIFA 23 football simulator's top 10 most profitable projects in the last week, and the release of adventures Ellie and Joel that took place only today, when only pre-orders were taken. Perhaps next week the game will even go higher.
The entire list of paid goods from the most recent Steam chart appears to be this (the place in the chart a week earlier is indicated in brackets):
1) Resident Evil 4 (2); 2) Steam Deck (1); 3) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II (3); 4) FIFA 23 (13); 5) Sons of the Forest (2); 6) Forza Horizon 5 (10); 7) Hogwarts Legacy (2); 9) Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (38); 10) Cities: Skylines (27.
The revenue distribution graph for all goods, including free ones, appears to be this:
1) Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (free play). 2) Resident Evil 4. 3) Steam Deck. 4) Apex Legends (freetoplay). 5) Destiny 2 (freetoplay). 7) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II. 8) PUBG: Battlegrounds (freetoplay. 8) FIFA 23. 9) Sons of the Forest. 10) Forza Horizon 5.
From the first day of the new year, Steam will no longer support Windows 7 and 8 operating systems. So, if you haven't upgraded to something more recent, there's a reason to think about it.