Steam has just updated its statistics page with Billboard-style charts of top sellers

The Steam Top 100 page no longer exists. This old handy list of Steam’s most popular concurrent player games has been replaced with a deeper and more engaging set of rankings (opens in new tab). You can still see which games the most people are currently playing, but now you can also sort games by their daily number of unique players and by how much money they make.

The new Steam statistics page is called “Steam Charts”, which could lead to some confusion as there is already a useful site called Steam Charts (www.steamcharts.com (opens in new tab)) that uses the Steam API to provide more comprehensive concurrent player data than Steam itself displays. Steam Charts remains a useful site—I use it all the time—but it will be harder to distinguish from Valve’s official stats page in Google search results. That’s life!

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