Newzoo has released its latest report detailing the top core PC games for November, with the top three games (League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Minecraft) remaining unchanged from the previous month. However, the rest of the list has plenty of movers and shakers, including a solid debut for Bethesda’s highly anticipated Fallout 4.

One of the biggest movers on the list is Heroes of the Storm, Blizzard’s latest PC hit, which managed to make its way up seven spots following the World Championship that took place at BlizzCon last month. Another fan favorite from Bethesda, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, moved up five spots to number 15, despite being a four year old game. This is likely because of the impressive mod community, showing that consumers want to be more involved with the games they play. 

The full top twenty list is below: 

Newzoo Overwolf Top PC Games November

Fallout 4 may not have broken into the top ten with its debut, but it performed significantly on the PC front, with more than 445,000 concurrent players on Steam alone – a number that breaks the previous record set by Grand Theft Auto V upon its debut. Newzoo believes part of this success comes from the mod-creating community, encouraging players to try out new perks and tricks within the game’s universe.

As for Heroes of the Storm, Newzoo noted that its ties with eSports provided a big push, as the World Championship offered a $4 million prize pool, and generated $1.5 million in physical ticket sales, while also attracting a large, healthy online viewing audience.

Other findings within the report include the following:

  • Blizzard’s Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, possibly also boosted by BlizzCon, gained one spot to #4, displacing Wargaming’s World of Tanks to #5.
  • World of Warcraft remains stable at #6 despite the fact that Blizzard itself seemed scared of subscriber loss.
  • Psyonix’s Rocket League seems to have finally lost its momentum, falling once place to #13.
  • November saw a new title at #20. Point Blank developed by South Korean company Zepetto is a fast-pace online first-person shooter that is very similar to Counter-strike:GO. Along with NCSoft, Zepetto is the only Asian publisher to feature in rankings.

Newzoo’s been keeping quite busy, not only with its report numbers and articles, but also with expanding its company. It recently confirmed that it would be expanding into the San Francisco area this January into the RocketSpace tech office space, within the heart of the city.

Regarding overall business and expansion, CEO Peter Warman noted, “This year has been intense, in a very positive way. We welcomed more than 50 new clients, deepened our working relationship with our running subscribers and doubled our headcount. Being first to spot, quantify and report on trends like eSports and video has ultimately broadened our product portfolio and client base considerably. To maintain our leading position and be the go-to partner to navigate change, we have developed an ambitious strategy going forward. This will become clear soon as we enter 2016. I am particularly proud to see that our team still has the ‘play hard, work hard’ attitude, despite our explosive growth.”