Battlefield 5 is the best-selling game of the week on Steam ahead of the new Pathfinder and Naraka Bladepoint

First weekend of September and another week that ends. How could it be otherwise, in 3D PC Games we do not miss our Sunday appointment and we bring you the 10 best-selling video games of the week on Steam. On this occasion, the great winner is Battlefield 5, almost three years after its launch. The sales and sales for Battlefield 2042 have been noticed.

Battlefield V has had a successful week on the platform Valve, although we would really have to do calculations if we knew the concrete data, because the new Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous appear second and fourth on the list, and could perhaps surpass EA’s game in total sales. Remember that these tops take as different games the different editions that we can buy of each title, although we do not know what each one is exactly.

The truth is that last week Battlefield V already appeared as the sixth best-selling game, but it seems that it has maintained its great form. A free weekend and one strong discount have been enough to achieve this milestone. In fact, a few days ago we told you on 3DJuegos PC that there were many people playing the title. The battle royale Naraka Bladepoint closes the podium in third place.

This week’s 10 best-selling games on Steam

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Deluxe + 30th Anniversary Bundle Bungie’s falls to fifth place, after taking first place last week, but does not leave the list and once again demonstrates the interest in Destiny 2. We have known this data thanks to SteamDB and we leave you with the 10 best-selling video games of the August 30 to September 5 the 2021 and Steam:

  1. Battlefield V
  2. Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous
  3. Naraka: Bladepoint
  4. Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous
  5. Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Deluxe + 30th Anniversary Bundle by Bungie (Reserve)
  6. Valve Index VR Kit
  7. Aliens: Fireteam Elite
  8. Tales of Arise (Reserva)
  9. No Man’s Sky
  10. Phasmophobia

It is striking that Aliens: Fireteam Elite drops to seventh place from second and that Tales of Arise, the new JRPG launching next week, already appears in the list. No Man’s Sky and Phasmophobia have taken advantage of their new content updates to increase sales, which has brought them back to the Top 10 this week.