After a few weeks in second place, It Takes Two has turn out to be Steam’s top selling game. The playful co-op game has been promoting persistently since launch, and continues to develop in gamers.

Part of this success little doubt lies within the friends pass, whereby two gamers solely have to personal one copy between them to get in on the enjoyable. In second is the brand new Stellaris DLC pack, Nemesis, which our Joe Robinson has lovingly dubbed as its “Star Wars expansion”. The reception is unsurprising, given our Marcello Perricone referred to as it “perhaps the most impactful expansion released in a while” in his review.

Three different, older video games are re-entering the chart: Monster Hunter: World – Iceborne, at seventh, The Forest in eighth, and Satisfactory slinks in for tenth. This makes it the primary week since Valheim debuted the place each of Coffee Stain Studios’ video games have made the record, the Viking game transferring from seventh to sixth. Forza Horizon 4 drops from third to ninth, Sea of Thieves retains fourth, and Outriders, last week’s top seller, drops to fifth.

According to Metacritic, It Takes Two is the best-reviewed game of 2021. We spoke to the director, Josef Fares, about why he’d like to see extra co-operative multiplayer games.

Here’s a complete guide to Stellaris’ DLC, and a Stellaris short film is in production, scheduled to come back out in June.