Top-Grossing Steam Games of 2016 Revealed

2016 is over. So what were the top-grossing PC games on Steam during the year?

Valve today announced the top-grossers during the calendar year. While specific revenue figures were not disclosed, Valve put games into four categories based on how they sold: Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze. DOTA 2, a free-to-play game, is among the Platinum games, alongside The Division, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Grand Theft Auto V, Civilization VI, Fallout 4, and No Man’s Sky.

Top-Grossing Steam Games of 2016 Revealed
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Click through the images in the gallery above to see most of the top-grossing games. Be sure to go to Steam’s website to see all the best-selling games of the year on Steam.

Today, January 1, is the last full day of Steam’s annual Winter Sale. As announced previously, it ends tomorrow, January 2, at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET.

In other news, Valve recently announced the winners of its first-ever Steam Awards–you can see all the categories and winners here.

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Grand Theft Auto V
Fallout 4
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Sid Meier's Civilization VI
Dark Souls III
Total War: WARHAMMER
XCOM 2
Rocket League
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Dota 2
Tom Clancy's The Division

Star Wars: Rogue One Now 2016’s Second Highest-Grossing Movie

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Update: Star Wars passes Civil War.

UPDATE: As of January 1, 2017, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is now the second highest-grossing film domestically of 2016, passing Captain America: Civil War ($408.1 million) but remaining behind the year’s reigning champ, Finding Dory ($486.3 million). All three films are Disney releases.

Rogue One is projected to end this weekend with roughly $425 million at the North American box office, according to both Variety and Deadline.

The original report follows.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is now this year’s third highest-grossing movie at the domestic box office, bringing in over $375 million USD so far.

After grossing $16.6 million on Thursday, the standalone Star Wars film surged past Deadpool, The Jungle Book, and The Secret Life of Pets to take third place on this year’s list of highest grossers, according to Variety.

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Rogue One is expected to finish the year as 2016’s second highest-grossing movie, as it’ll likely surpass Captain America: Civil War’s $408 million haul within the next two days. With a $486 million gross, Finding Dory will almost certainly finish as 2016’s top domestic box office earner.

Rogue One’s worldwide gross currently sits at $687.7 million, which makes it the 10th highest worldwide grosser of 2016.  It’s expected to cross $700 million by the end of the weekend, according to Forbes.

For more on Star Wars, read IGN’s Rogue One review, or check out our list of 13 things Rogue One did differently than the other Star Wars movies.

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Jordan Sirani is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @jdsirani.

Logan: Viral Site Launches for Final Wolverine Film

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Sign up to receive one of 1,974 exclusive frames from the final trailer.

A viral teaser site for 20th Century Fox’s final Wolverine film Logan has launched online.

The first 1,974 fans who sign up at 1974framesoflogan.com with their home and email address will receive a “custom limited-edition postcard featuring a single frame from the final trailer for Logan.” A total of 1,974 frames will be featured, hence the limited supply.

Logan opens in theaters March 3. IGN recently had the opportunity to watch the first 40 minutes of Fox’s upcoming film, during which we learned the movie draws inspiration from the classic western Shane.

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Last month, Logan director James Mangold confirmed the film will tell a more human story and use less green screen than Wolverine’s prior two solo outings.

In addition to Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, the film stars Patrick Stewart as Professor X, Richard E. Grant as Dr. Zander Rice, and Dafne Keen as Laura Kinney, the genetic clone known as X-23. While you patiently wait for the Logan’s release, check out our extensive look at everything you need to know about X-23.

Alex Osborn is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.