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    Path of Exile arrived on PC way back in the Fall of 2013, the free-to-play title then came to Xbox One in 2017, but technical and certification issues saw it held back from PS4 numerous times. It seems that the wait is finally over, with wannabe warriors looting PoE's dank dungeons in just a couple of weeks.

    Alongside this new port, PoE will also be receiving its latest expansion, Synthesis, where you must help the mysterious Cavas recover their former memories, while engaging in combat with new enemies and bosses.

    Path of Exile, available now on PC and Xbox One, launches on PS4 March 26.



    These are the best-selling Steam games of 2018 – Destructoid

    And the most-played

    As we inch toward the new year, Valve has shared a list of the 100 best-selling games on Steam in 2018. Along with the general list, there are also a few more specific groupings including the top 150 new releases, VR best-sellers, Early Access success stories, and the most-played Steam games.

    If you thought the beginning of the year felt particularly crowded for games, the top new release charts agree. As Valve notes, December is a busy month and a lot of activity to compete with, so it's understandable that it might be a less desirable month to release in. But April only had 5 releases that made our list and July only had 6, whereas February was the busiest month with 22 popular releases.

    I'm also fascinated by the most-played list, which features 10 games that resonated enough to bring in over 100,000 simultaneous players. Those are: Dota 2, Warframe, Realm Royale, Monster Hunter World, Counter-Strike: GO, Team Fortress 2, Path of Exile, PUBG, Grand Theft Auto V, and Rainbow Six Siege.

    Meanwhile, the best-selling Steam games were tracked by gross revenue, and it's no surprise to see certain older games like Dead by Daylight still making the cut in 2018. Topping the list were Warframe, Far Cry 5, The Elder Scrolls Online, Rainbow Six Siege, Rocket League, Dota 2, Grand Theft Auto V, Civilization VI, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Monster Hunter World, PUBG, and Counter-Strike: GO.

    For the full individual lists, just follow those links up top. And don't beat yourself up too much if you own more of this stuff than you should and your backlog is only getting bigger. Happens to the best of us.

    Steam Best of 2018 Lists; A Look Back At 2018 [Steam]


    These are the finalists for Valve's always-weird-but-fun Steam Awards – Destructoid

    Hopefully Steam Awards Art makes a return

    It's the middle of December which means the video game industry has shifted from looking forward to reflecting. That's the pattern we fall into each and every year as everything slows down for a few weeks before zooming straight into high gear again.

    For the third consecutive year, Valve is holding its own community-driven awards. They're a handful of curiously quirky categories, although nothing as good as 2017's Mom's Spaghetti. Actually, while we're talking about 2017's categories, it seems pertinent to note that most of the winners didn't actually release during that calendar year; the Steam Awards have never seemed too concerned with timeliness, but rather are influenced by which games are likely to be on sale.

    Yes, the Steam Awards always coincide with the annual Winter Sale. Both kick off this Thursday, December 20. As usual, casting a ballot helps earn trading cards which can be used to sell or to craft badges. Voting ends on January 3, and the winners will be announced in early February.

    There are eight categories this year, including the brand new Best Developer. Valve notes that it pardoned itself from this category, for reasons that should be obvious. You'd be forgiven if your reaction was Wait, Valve makes video games?! (This joke works best if you forget about Artifact, so please do that.)

    These are the finalists for the 2018 Steam Awards:

    Nominees for Game of the Year:

    PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Monster Hunter: World Kingdom Come: Deliverance Hitman 2 Assassin's Creed Odyssey
    Nominees for VR Game of the Year:

    The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR VRChat Beat Saber Fallout 4 VR Superhot VR
    Nominees for Labor of Love:

    Dota 2 Grand Theft Auto V No Man's Sky Path of Exile Stardew Valley
    Nominees for Best Environment:

    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Subnautica Shadow of the Tomb Raider Far Cry 5 Dark Souls III
    Nominees for Better with Friends:

    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege Payday 2 Dead by Daylight Overcooked 2
    Nominees for Best Alternate History:

    Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Assassin's Creed Odyssey Hearts of Iron IV Sid Meier's Civilization VI Fallout 4
    Nominees for Most Fun with a Machine:

    Euro Truck Simulator 2 Rocket League NieR: Automata Factorio Space Engineers