Steam recently released its top-selling Steam games 2016. Here is a comprehensive rundown of the games that made the cut.
Who doesn’t know DOTA? This action and strategy title is one of the most well-loved games this year. Meanwhile, players are given an option to pick from hundreds of heroes. They can form two teams of five to compete.
DOTA 2 is available on Steam for free.
Ubisoft’s The Division is an open-world shooter video game. Set in post-apocalyptic New York, the player is tasked to build operations in Manhattan. Furthermore, they are expected to find out what is the nature of the outbreak as well as fight any criminal activity during the onset of the pandemic.
Tom Clancy’s The Division is available on Steam for $19.43.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Into role playing games? The Witcher might just be the one you’re looking for. In addition, the game is a story-driven role playing game. The gamer will be assuming the role of Geralt of Rivia. He is a monster hunter on a quest to find a child based on ancient prophecy.
Be amazed in the stunning open world engulfed in ruins, shipwrecks and seas. Additionally, the game is currently on a discounted price on Steam.
Check out The Witcher for $13.67 on Steam.
Grand Theft Auto V
Heist is the core of Grand Theft Auto. Now on its fifth installment, Grand Theft Auto V takes its players to a full range of options. In addition, players can customize their cars’ textures, shaders, and more. Furthermore, they can manipulate traffic based on their preference.
Grand Theft Auto V is one of Steam Games 2016 best selling titles. It is for sale at $39.96.
Meanwhile, Civilization VI makes the Steam Games 2016 list. The game takes the players to an empire where they can interact with other worlds, and defeat history’s iconic leaders.
Furthermore, players are given the chance to play as one of 20 historical leaders. Included in the options are Franklin Roosevelt and Queen Victoria of England.
Civilization VI is available on Steam for $39.70.
In addition, other games included in the list are Fallout 4 and No Man’s Sky. Stay tuned to Video Games Republic to catch the latest on video games, tech and more.