Myth of Empires is a historical multiplayer sandbox game that’s just come to Steam in Early Access – and it’s already proved a bit of a hit on Valve’s platform. A couple of weeks on from its debut on November 18, it’s snagged a place in the top ten best-selling games on Steam for the week ending November 28.
That’s according to Steam stats site SteamDB, which rounds up the platform’s best-selling games of each week every Sunday. This week’s results have already proved a bit of a surprise, with Farming Simulator 22 impressively taking the top spot, above massive new releases such as Battlefield 2042 – a feat mirrored in the two games’ respective concurrent player counts this past weekend. Myth of Empires, however, has nabbed the number ten spot, which puts it just behind FIFA 22.
Developed by China-based studio Angela Game, which was also behind January’s free-to-play RTS game Iron Conflict, Myth of Empires is set in a historical and pretty vast game world you’ll have to survive to “rise from zero to hero”. You’ll need to “survive the harsh environment, build your homeland, raise your army, and vanquish your foes on the battlefield,” as its devs explain.