Valve has released its listing of 2017’s top sellers on Steam — or, more accurately, “The top players games as measured by gross revenue” — as well as a couple of free-to-play games are near the top from the list, alongside some blockbuster AAA titles.
As was the situation last year, Valve doesn’t exactly order the 100 games, instead splitting them up into various groups. In the best category, platinum, find Dota 2, which made platinum recently, and Warframe, which was from POE Currency the second-best category, gold, in 2017. According to Steamcharts, Warframe had two big bumps in players, one inch July and one out of October, therefore it’s no surprise to find out it move up within the list.
Here are each of the free-to-play games that made Steam’s Top 100 list, together with their ranks a year ago:
Silver: Team Fortress 2 (G), War Thunder (S), Path of Exile (B)
Bronze: Paladins (N/A) Smite (S), Shadowverse (N/A)
Overall, that’s eight F2P games inside the top 100, the identical as this past year. Smite and Team Fortress 2 took place a tier, while Cheap POE Currency, like Warframe, jumped up one. Shadowverse and Paladins are new, which means two games — Knight Online and Tree of Savior — dropped off this list entirely. Neither is often a surprising omission, in this opinions.
Did anything else about the list — free-to-play or you cannot — stand out to you personally?