‘Stray’ beats ‘God Of War’ as Steam’s finest user-rated game of 2022


Stray has turn out to be 2022’s highest user-rated game on Steam thus far, overtaking God Of War.

Annapurna Interactive‘s post-apocalyptic cat adventure game is now this year’s present highest-rated game by its Steam customers (through VGC and SkillUp).

That’s in response to Steam250, which assigns Steam video games a rating decided by gamers’ adverse or optimistic critiques. These are then mixed to point out how gamers reviewed them.

Stray is at present sitting at a rating of 8.61 based mostly on 42,665 votes, of which 98 per cent are optimistic. The game has now surpassed Sony Santa Monica‘s God Of War which beforehand held the primary spot. That game is now sitting at quantity two with a rating of 8.56, based mostly on 53,101 votes and 97 per cent optimistic critiques.

Stray. Credit: BlueTwelve Studios.

Despite being the best user-rated game proper now, Stray has but to make it to Steam250’s all-time chart.

Stray and God Of War are at present adopted by PowerWash Simulator, Teardown, Dorfromantik, Neon White, The Looker, Wobbledogs, The Planet Crafter, and Raft.

Stray launched on July 19 for PC, PS4 and PS5. One day after its launch, it was confirmed that the game broke the concurrent participant file for any Annapurna Interactive printed game on Steam ever. This made it the studio’s greatest PC launch of all time.

In NME’s three-star overview, Jordan Oloman stated: “Stray is a beautiful game, and a fun cat simulator with some smart ideas, but one that misses its true potential thanks to an unnecessary helping of trope-ish design, and an unwillingness to ruminate on its most intriguing characters and themes.”

In different information, a newly launched demo for Half-Life 2: Episode 2 mod, We Don’t Go To Ravenholm, recreates the extent’s eerie environment. The mod brings “players the familiar feel, atmosphere and action of the original Ravenholm from Half-Life 2.”





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