Aug 30
By Matt Gander In UK Charts No Comments

As expected, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has claimed the UK chart’s top spot. Chart-Track reports it didn’t outperform Deus Ex: Human Revolution when it comes to launch week sales, though.

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Codemasters’ F1 2016 falls to #2 with sales down 57% while No Man’s Sky falls to #3.

Overwatch holds onto #4, and then at #5 it’s the next highest new entry – Madden NFL 17.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End rises two places to #6 while LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens drops to #7.

At #8 it’s another new arrival – the review shy racer Assetto Corsa. We’re still yet to hear anything – good or bad – about it.

GTA V drops to #9, down from #5.

Then at #10 it’s the anime tie-in A.O.T Wings of Freedom.

Fellow new release Worms W.M.D also managed to break the top 40, albeit at a lowly #39. That’s still better than what King of Fighters XIV achieved – the fighter limped in at #20 in the PS4 chart, failing to make the top 40.

To make away for the new top 40 arrivals, Rocket League, FIFA 16, DOOM and Minecraft: Xbox Edition departed the top ten this week. Quantum Break was blessed with a boost meanwhile, re-entering at #16 thanks to price cuts.



Published Tuesday 30th August 2016 by Games Asylum


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