Aug 07
By Matt Gander In UK Charts No Comments

With no new releases, and ample stock now available, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy takes the UK chart’s top spot for a fifth week.

In doing so, it becomes the only PS4 exclusive to claim no.1 for five weeks or more. No other game released in 2017 has been able to remain at no.1 for this long either.

Presumably because the kids are off school, GTA V rises one place to #2.

Bethesda’s triple-whammy of Fallout 4, DOOM and Dishonored 2 all rise a few places to take #3, #4 and #5 respectively. As reported last week, GAME currently has a ‘3 for 2’ promotion on Bethesda titles, most of which are £9.99 currently.

At #6 it’s Splatoon 2, down from #2.

Battlefield 1’s fortunes were far greater, rising from #14 to #7 due to a price cut.

The 3DS’s Miitopia fell a single place to #8, FIFA 17 remained at #9 and then at #10 it’s good old Rainbow Six: Siege.

Also of note is Rugby League Live 4’s swift descent. It arrived at a respectable #8 last week but now rests at #26.

Movie tie-in Cars 3 managed to re-enter the top 40 meanwhile, making a pitstop at #37.



Published Monday 7th August 2017 by Games Asylum


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