The Gaming Platform has unveiled its best-selling titles this past year, as well as the most beloved ones to win the crowd - and you have one last day to take them off
For a year and a decade, they ended up in the gaming world - which is of course a great reason to celebrate and distribute scores to those who stood out for it, for every reason. In the Platform StoreSteam They chose to do it in a double way, with a list of the games that won the audience vote and at the same time a list of the games that were voted 'with their feet' and were the most popular and best-selling in 2019.
Game of the Year according to the audience of Steam Is the unique action and sneaking title of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice from the renowned studio that brought us the Dark Souls series - and here is a significant boost to the choice we received at the annual The Game Awards ceremony a few weeks ago, based on the opinions of professionals in the field.
Haven't you played this challenging piece yet? You can buy it now at a 35 percent discount - with a cost tag of NIS 143.
The most successful virtual reality game of the year is Beat Saber, which is the new generation of timing and rhythm games that have enjoyed their record of success a decade ago.
The best game not launched this past year is none other than Grand Theft Auto 5, which continues to enjoy frequent changes and updates for its competitive online component GTA Online, attracting a community of millions of loyal players.
DayZ, which was officially launched finally about a year ago and has continued to improve and develop since then, has been awarded the most rewarding piece of work with friends - and you can now receive a 40 percent discount at a cost of NIS 101.97 if you wish.
My Friend Pedro, which features an especially acrobatic assassin who can bend physics laws, won the Innovative Title of the Year award - while A Plague Tale: Innocence is the best feature title.
For dessert, Mortal Kombat 11 has been awarded something unique as the best title that can cause spontaneous tantrums among its players - while the GRIS platform title has been defined as the game with the best visual style.
Now let's move on to the list of best-selling titles this past year at the famous digital store - where you can find well-known names like GTA 5, Rainbow Six Siege and PUBG march to the top, alongside relative surprises like Total War: Three Kingdoms, Risk of Rain 2, Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order who screwed up and made it clear that EA made the right move when it decided to re-market its latest platform platform.
The list of top games for 2019 itself can also find a number of good surprises - with quality pieces that come from relatively less well-known keys such as Mordhau, Planet Zoo and Remnant: From the Ashes and also with Halo: The Master Chief Collection that received the great honor despite the fact that only One of six games has been launched so far (and this has only happened earlier this month).
The list of successful Early Access games of the year (those that came out of it officially and fully launched in 2019) includes its name such as Hunt: The Showdown from the company Crytek, The virtual reality title Beat Saber that received the VR Award, PC Building Simulator and more - many of them are also available now at discounts of up to 50 percent on their price tag.
For dessert, on the most popular list of games on the platform we received No Man's Sky, Garry's Mod, Atlas and Football Manger 2020 - all of them unexpectedly (to our liking) reached a point where there were over 50,000 players playing them at the same time around the world.
So what are your games of the year and why? Let's share with everyone in the comments!