Top Games on Steam Deck (September 2022)

These are the top 10 games on Steam Deck for September.

The Steam Deck is Valve’s handheld gaming computer, initially released on February 25, 2022. Steam Deck has over 5,000 tested, verified, and playable titles. So, what are people actually playing on the Steam Deck? Let’s look at the most popular games on Steam Deck for September 2022.

Check out the top Steam Deck games for August to look back at last month’s data.

Top Games on Steam Deck (September 2022)

These are the top Steam Deck games of September 2022 based on hours played:

  1. Vampire Survivors
  3. Stardew Valley
  4. Cyberpunk 2077
  5. Hades
  6. No Man’s Sky
  7. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition
  8. Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered
  9. Cult of the Lamb
  10. Disney Dreamlight Valley
Top Games on Steam Deck (September 2022)

New Chart Toppers

There are only a few shake-ups this week as far as top games are concerned. We still have Vampire Survivors, ELDEN RING, Stardew Valley, Cult of the Lamb, Hades, Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, and No Man’s Sky on the list. What’s changed, however, is the addition of Cyberpunk 2077 and Disney Dreamlight, which take the place of MultiVersus and MONSTER HUNTER RISE.

ICYMI: Cyberpunk 2077 has seen a massive resurgence in players since the debut of Cyberpunk: Edgerunners on Netflix. The show has gone on to become one of Netflix’s top-rated series of all time. New players and returning players alike can’t get enough of Night City and have been flocking to the game to reenact scenes from the show, like David Martinez’s build.

Top Games on Steam Deck (September 2022): Cyberpunk 2077
Image via CD Projekt

Disney Dreamlight Valley, on the other hand, is the polar opposite of the future dystopia known as Night City. Disney Dreamlight Valley, developed and published by Gameloft, is a relaxing adventure life sim game where players build a neighborhood alongside Disney and Pixar characters from popular IPs.

Top Games on Steam Deck (September 2022): Disney Dreamlight Valley
Image via Disney/Gameloft

It’s also worth noting that Multiversus, the number eight game last month, has seen a drastic drop in users. At the time of writing, it’s sitting at around 6,000 concurrent players on Steam. That’s a big drop from its all-time high of just over 150,000 during its launch at the end of July.

What’s going to top the charts in October? Will the most popular games remain the same, or will a new challenger approach and take over? We’ll have to wait and see, but we’ll be sure to update you again next month!

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