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Valve’s monthly list of the top 20 new releases on Steam is out covering the November releases. Halo Infinite, Battlefield 2042, and Forza Horizon 5 being on the list is unsurprising. They are some of the biggest releases of the year, and as we close out the year they will most probably appear in Game of the Year conversations. Ruined King: A League of Legends Story also made the list.
“This month features the debut Riot Forge RPG, Ruined King: A League of Legends Story,” reads a Steam blog post. “It’s great to see positive reactions from nostalgic players, fond of familiar characters and lore, alongside praise from newcomers, thrilled with the unique game design and art style.”
Duoyi Games’ Gunfire Reborn was the top release of the month.
“Chinese developers continue to bring popular new content to Steam, while finding increased success with players all around the world,” read the blog. “Gunfire Reborn is a perfect example of this success: developed by a studio in China, but gaining the majority of players from other regions of the world.”
Steam’s November 2021 top 20 new releases
These are the new-release games that made the most money on Steam during November in no particular order.
- Jurassic World Evolution 2
- The Last Stand: Aftermath
- Farming Simulator 22
- Battlefield 2042
- Exo One
- Ruined King: A League of Legends Story
- Myth of Empires
- Fate Seeker II
- Bright Memory: Infinite
- Sherlock Holmes Chapter One
- FINAL FANTASY V
- Football Manager 2022
- BLUE REFLECTION: Second Light
- Forza Horizon 5
- Gunfire Reborn
- Russian Fishing 4
Steam’s November 2021 top new free releases
- Halo Infinite
- Bloons TD Battles 2
- Russian Fishing 4
- Cell to Singularity – Evolution Never Ends
- Soccer Manager 2022
Keen eyed readers may have noticed Halo Infinite and Russian Fishing 4 on both lists. Both games offer a free download option in addition to Halo Infinite’s full priced campaign and Russian Fishing 4’s in-game purchases.
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