steam top sellers

The final Steam Top Sellers for November and there’s no change at the top despite the Autumn Sale taking place right now.

With the sale now live, the Top Sellers look quite different this week with two pieces of Valve hardware making the list. The Steam Controller makes it to fourth and the Link has been available for a few days at a crazily low price.

GTA V makes it back to the top of the pile thanks to discounts and players are taking advantage of a lower than usual price for Rainbow Six: Siege. The sale has pushed Assassin’s Creed: Origins down the chart this week into eighth and The Witcher 3 manages to prop up the chart in ninth while games such as Football Manager 2018 have disappeared completely from the top ten.

Once the Steam sale is over, the top ten will get back to normal. Here’s the run-down of the top ten…

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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