[오늘의 스팀] Fifa 7 Remake Tops Steam Sales

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As of June 20th at 10 am, Top 10 Best Selling Products in the World on Steam (Source: Steam)
(This is the ranking of access by US IP to display games that are not exposed in Korea.)

Final Fantasy VII Remake, which was well received by fans, conquered the worldwide sales rankings upon its Steam release.

As of 10 am on the 20th, Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade (hereinafter referred to as ‘Papan 7 RI’) took the top spot in the world’s best-selling Steam chart. FF7 RI is an upgraded version of the Final Fantasy 7 Remake, and the PC version was first released as an exclusive on the Epic Games Store in December of last year. After 6 months, the Steam version was officially released along with Final Fantasy 7’s 25th anniversary broadcast on the 17th, and after 3 days, it climbed to the top of the world’s best-selling chart.

Although it has already been released once on the Epic Games store, the reason it is so popular is because of the discount event. In fact, the PG 7 RI PC version was released at a high price of $70 for the first time among AAA-class PC games, and this caused a lot of backlash from fans. However, as a 29% discount event was held to commemorate the Steam release this time, many fans were able to purchase the game at a reasonable price, which had a positive effect on sales.

▲ ‘Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade’ official screenshot (photo source: game official steam page)

In addition, in the rankings, Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge took 2nd place, down one place from last week, and V Rising took 7th place, making it to the top for a long time.

▲ Top 20 concurrent users on Steam as of June 20th, 10 am (Source: Steam)

On the other hand, the ranking of Lost Ark continued to decline in the TOP 20 of the highest concurrent users on Steam. As Amazon’s massive bot van wave was underway over the weekend, the number of concurrent users dropped to 200,000 and took fifth place as of 10 o’clock.

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