Mar 20
By Matt Gander In UK Charts No Comments

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands has taken the UK chart top spot for a second week.

When combined with For Honor’s two-week run, Ubisoft is now the publisher with the most weeks at number one in 2017 so far.


LEGO Worlds’ second-week sales appear to be fuelled by word of mouth – it’s up one position to #2, with launch week sales down only by 37%.

Horizon Zero Dawn fell to #3, GTA V moved up to #4 and then at #5 it’s FIFA 17.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild dropped two places to #6, Rocket League shifted to #7, Infinite Warfare moved to #8 while Minecraft: Xbox Edition and Forza Horizon 3 both re-entered the top ten at #9 and #10 respectively.

It seems retailers are clearing out old Xbox One stock once more, with launch titles Forza Motorsport 5 and Ryse: Son of Rome re-entering at #16 and #31. Rare Replay meanwhile re-appeared at #27.

Stealth adventure Styx: Shards of Darkness was the only new top 40 arrival, making a lowly #37.

The ‘Xbox Greatest Hits’ re-release of Bully: Scholarship Edition did manage to make #7 in the Xbox 360 chart, however.

Published Monday 20th March 2017 by Games Asylum

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