Here’s This Week’s UK Charts

It’s Monday which means it’s time to find out the best-selling software in the United Kingdom. The critically acclaimed The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has dropped to number four but if you’ve been checking retailers you’ll know that stock has been hard to come by. Mario Sports Superstars launched this week on the Nintendo 3DS but failed to set the charts on fire arriving at number 37.

NE  	01 	TOM CLANCY'S GHOST RECON: WILDLANDS 	PEGI 18+ 	UBISOFT
01 	02 	HORIZON ZERO DAWN 	PEGI 16+ 	SONY COMPUTER ENT.
NE  	03 	LEGO WORLDS 	PEGI 7+ 	WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE
02 	04 	THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: BREATH OF THE WILD 	PEGI 12+ 	NINTENDO
03 	05 	GRAND THEFT AUTO V 	PEGI 18+ 	ROCKSTAR
NE  	06 	NIER AUTOMATA 	PEGI 18+ 	SQUARE ENIX
06 	07 	FIFA 17 	PEGI 3+ 	EA SPORTS
08 	08 	ROCKET LEAGUE 	PEGI 3+ 	505 GAMES
04 	09 	1-2 SWITCH 	PEGI 7+ 	NINTENDO

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9 thoughts on “Here’s This Week’s UK Charts

  1. More stock issues? Come on Nintendo. Get it together. Zelda sales drop to number four only because there aren’t enough to go around. That should not happen. Zelda is one of those games you know is going to sell well. Especially one with as much hype behind it as BOTW.

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      1. If you’re referring to Breath of the Wild, hell yeah. I have like 62 shrines and completed the four dungeons. Bit more school is back in session. So my playing time has gone down to zero.

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  2. People are still buying GTA V? Seriously, who hasn’t played that game..? Ok I could understand a handfull of people that never got around to playing it, but fifth in the charts? Just behind BOTW? That’s like hundreds of thousands of people still buying GTA V.

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    1. Hundred of thousands -> not.
      UK isn’t that big of a market.

      And… who cares of UK?
      Japanese and American markets, or Europe as a whole. UK isn’t big enough to matter.

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