Finally, 2016 has come to a close, and with it spawns a bevy of commemorative year-enders. Valve has now outed its year-ender, listing a total of 100 games that were downloaded the most from its platform, Steam, this past year.
For Steam players who weren't able to net discounted titles during the Winter sale, this may be the last chance to do so, as all the games in the top 100 are up for slashed prices, some being offered for up to 80 percent less than their original price.
Download figures and revenue weren't specifically disclosed by Valve, although it has divided games into platinum, gold, silver, and bronze, in descending order of sales. Among the best-sellers in the platinum division are Dota 2, Xcom 2, and No Man's Sky.
The gold division includes maverick-made Stardew Valley, whose Harvest Moon-inspired gameplay and visuals has already won over huge crowds; Doom, id Software's reboot of the eponymous franchise; and Call of Duty: Black Ops III, a Call of Duty series entry needless of an explanation.
The best-sellers list is quite a sizable one, and those looking for a sweet deal should navigate immediately to Steam before the Winter sale ends Jan. 2, at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET.
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