Mar 29
By Matt Gander In UK Charts No Comments

Despite decent reviews Ubisoft’s Trackmania Turbo has entered at a not particularly impressive #21 in the UK chart.

We doubt Ubisoft are too bothered though – Tom Clancy’s The Division is number one for a third week running. Sales of Far Cry Primal are up 132% due to price cuts too, pushing it back up to #3.

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Trackmania Turbo’s sales may improve once word of mouth spreads – reviews only went live a few days ago. We’ll update on its whereabouts next week.

Nintendo’s handheld hack ‘n’ slasher Hyrule Warriors Legends is off to a slightly better start, arriving at #13. It also takes the top spot in the 3DS chart.

Pokken Tournament, incidentally, has left the top ten after just one week. The Pokemon packed brawler is now at #14.

Going back to the top ten, EA Sports UFC 2 holds onto #2. Far Cry Primal is at #3 – up from #6 – while FIFA 16 and Black Ops III round-off the top five.

At #6 it’s GTA V. Star Wars Battlefront rises from #18 to #7 thanks to a price drop, LEGO Marvel’s Avengers moves up to #8, PvZ: Garden Warfare 2 drops to #9 and then at #10 it’s another Ubisoft title – Rainbow Six: Siege.

Trackmania Turbo and Hyrule Warriors Legends were the only new arrivals – PS4 stealth adventure Republique and the Hitman-alike Alekhine’s Gun failed to even break the single-format charts.



Published Tuesday 29th March 2016 by Games Asylum


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