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Far Cry 5 on top for the 3rd consecutive week

Far Cry 5 on top for the 3rd consecutive week

UK Charts. Week ending on April 14, 2018:
1. Far Cry 5 – Ubisoft
2. FIFA 18 – EA Sports
3. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Nintendo


Games retail market in the UK struggled in March

Games retail market in the UK struggled in March

The number of games sold during March 2018 has seen a downturn year-on-year to 1.37 million copies sold, a drop of 18 percent.


Far Cry 5 keeps the top

Far Cry 5 keeps the top

UK Charts. Week ending on April 7, 2018:
1. Far Cry 5 – Ubisoft
2. FIFA 18 – EA Sports
3. Sea of Thieves – Microsoft


Far Cry 5 releases and takes the top

Far Cry 5 releases and takes the top

UK Charts. Week ending on March 31, 2018:
1. Far Cry 5 – Ubisoft
2. FIFA 18 – EA Sports
3. Sea of Thieves – Microsoft


Sea of Thieves releases and takes the top

Sea of Thieves releases and takes the top

UK Charts. Week ending on March 24, 2018:
1. Sea of Thieves – Microsoft
2. A Way Out – EA Games
3. Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom – Bandai Namco Entertainment


Nintendo Switch sets first year sales record in the US

Nintendo Switch sets first year sales record in the US

The Nintendo Switch has now been on the market for a full 12 months and data from the NPD group indicates just how successful its launch has been.


Burnout Paradise Remastered releases and takes the top

Burnout Paradise Remastered releases and takes the top

UK Charts. Week ending on March 17, 2018:
1. Burnout Paradise Remastered – EA Games
2. Kirby: Star Allies – Nintendo
3. Fifa 18 – EA Sports


UK physical games sales quiet in February 2018

UK physical games sales quiet in February 2018

The UK top 20 physical games chart indicates the market has been lacking in big releases during February 2018.


20 percent of Triple A game sales were digital in the UK in 2017

20 percent of Triple A game sales were digital in the UK in 2017

According to the latest data published in the Entertainment Retailer’s Association yearbook, 20-23 percent of big blockbuster games such as Star Wars Battlefront 2 and Assassin’s Creed: Origins were digital.


Fifa 18 continues keeping the UK top

Fifa 18 continues keeping the UK top

UK Charts. Week ending on March 3, 2018:
1. FIFA 18 – EA Sports
2. GTA 5 – Rockstar Games
3. Call of Duty: WW2 – Activision