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Steam best-sellers for April include Mordhau, Weedcraft Inc., Mortal Kombat 11, others

Valve has provided a look at the top-selling new releases on Steam for the month of April.

While actual figures for Steam best-sellers in April aren't known, and the titles are sorted by release date, it's interesting to see what people have been playing the most.

Mortal Kombat 11 and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy both made the list, unsurprisingly, along with Weedcraft Inc., Pagan Online, and One Finger Death Punch 2.

New release Mordhau, Valve said, has consistently "hovered" around 11th place for most simultaneous players on Steam since release. The medieval hack and slash with mounted combat, was released on April 29. Well done, Mordhau.



Games on the list were released during the April 1-30 period. Valve sorted the bets-sellers by revenue earned during the first two weeks of release and then sorted the top 20 games by revenue to make the final list.

The best-selling Steam releases for April were then posted by release date, which means actual sales figures are unknown.

Steam best-sellers April 2019

  1. Totally Accurate Battle Simulator
  2. Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission
  3. Islanders
  4. MarZ: Tactical Base Defense
  5. Supraland
  6. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy
  7. Vacation Simulator
  8. Zanki Zero: Last Beginning
  9. Pathway
  10. Weedcraft Inc
  11. Staxel
  12. One Finger Death Punch 2
  13. Forager
  14. Pagan Online
  15. Katana Zero
  16. Driftland: The Magic Revival
  17. Paper Dolls Original
  18. Mortal Kombat 11
  19. Imperator: Rome
  20. Mordhau

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