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U.S. best selling video games: Week of December 21, 2019

Call of Duty Modern Warfare

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare holds Number 1 position of the U.S. Christmas Top 10 best selling retail and wholesale video games.

The Activision’s blockbuster has had a 36% jump in week-on-week sales. With a 24% increase in week-on-week sales, Pokemon Sword and Shield took the second position of the charts. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order continues to perform very well. With a 16% increase in sales, it is in the third place of the charts.

NBA 2K20 has had a healthy jump of 42% in sales which rose the sports title to the fourth place of the charts. Despite a modest increase of 12% in week-on-week sales, another sports title, Madden NFL 20 has dropped to the sixth position.

Despite releasing over eighteen months ago, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe continues to hold positions in Top 10 charts, and with a 28% increase in week-on-week sales landed in the fifth position this week. Luigi’s Mansion 3 has also had an increase in sales and rose to the seventh place. Two titles, Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo Olympic Games and Just Dance 2020 returned to the Top 10 with a 12% and 9% increase in their week-on-week sales respectively.

FIFA 20 also got some momentum in the last couple of weeks. Even though it sells in the US considerably less than in Europe it too appeared in the Top 10 in the US, in the night position (it was the Number 1 top seller in Europe last week). Just Dance 2020 is having a considerable boost in the world, including the US. The game mainly sells for Nintendo Switch platform, currently it’s around 75% of the title’s sales.

Below is the US physical games wholesale chart for the week ending on December 21, 2019:

1. 1. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
3. 2. Pokémon Sword and Shield
2. 3. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
6. 4. NBA 2K20
7. 5. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
4. 6. Madden NFL 20
9. 7. Luigi’s Mansion 3
11. 8. Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo Olympic Games
10. 9. FIFA 20
12. 10. Just Dance 2020

Source: WholesGame

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