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Steam Deck back to being the global top seller (by revenue) on Steam

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After a brief stint at number 2 thanks to the popularity of V Rising, the Steam Deck has moved firmly back into place at number 1 on the top sellers list.

Thanks to SteamDB tracking it, we can see that the Steam Deck has been the top seller by revenue for the last 3 weeks. We don't know how many units that is though, since Valve don't allow anyone to see. This means that overall, the Steam Deck has been at least number 1 or number 2 on the global top sellers for around 15 weeks now.

While we don't know the number, we know it's going to be quite high. When you take into account that V Rising hit over 1.5 million sales, Elden Ring still sits in the top-ten and has sold multiple million and…you get the idea. While the Steam Deck costs a lot more, it still means it has sold quite a lot. So the Steam Deck is very much a big success for Valve overall.

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It quickly became my own number 1 way to play games. The convenience of it is just simply amazing. I fully expect it to continue flicking between number 1 and 2 for another year yet, which will depend on what big releases appear on Steam to push it down momentarily.

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const Jun 21, 2022
Quoting: sobkasAfter reservation it showed "After Q2", but sometime in between, it changed into "After Q3 (October 2022 or later)".
I didn't get any mail or info about this change, good job Valve.

Nothing changed, the info just got a little more specific...
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