After a stumble in October, League of Legends has seen slight increase from 19.99% to 24.81% total share of playtime, unsurprisingly maintaining first place.
World of Warcraft also saw a slight increase, keeping steady at second place. Fellow Blizzard title Hearthstone saw similar bump, rising by 63.19% in playtime. Diablo III continues to slip, however, inching closer to the pit of doom, having fallen 4 places.
Competitive Valve titles DOTA 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive maintained their respective third and fourth places, but CSGO saw a steam-powered surge of 60.64%. This likely can be attributed to the holiday season sales on all Counter-Strike titles.
Entering in at number 10 in November, Dragon Age: Inquisition continues its climb. Fueled by winter sales, it rose by a massive 114.29%. Fellow November newcomer Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was not advanced enough to keep up and dropped off the chart completely.
Payday 2 and Spider Solitaire didn’t have the scopulae to support them and also fell off the board completely. This resulted in a return of Skyrim, FIFA 15, and ArmA III in 18th, 19th, and 20th, respectively.
Archeage continued its decline down to 11th place from 6th place. Minecraft, Final Fantasy XIV Online, and Guild Wars all saw small drops, allowing World of Tanks, Battlefield 4, Warframe, and War Thunder to declare war on the chart.
Note: The Share number by each game represents that title’s gameplay time as a percentage of the total time spent on all the PC games played by Raptr members, and is useful for comparing the relative amount of play time between particular games.
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- Keegan "HornetSting" Gallick.