Dec 11
By Matt Gander In UK Charts No Comments

Despite a 41% drop in sales, Call of Duty: WWII manages to hold onto the UK chart’s top spot for a sixth week running.

EA still has two titles in the top five, with FIFA 18 remaining at #2 and Star Wars Battlefront II at #3.

Super Mario Odyssey leaps to #4, while AC: Origins holds onto #5. GTA V remains as popular as ever, moving up three places to take #6. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe also rose a position last week, moving to #7.

At #8 it’s WWE 2K18, up from #12, while The Sims 4 moves up from #18 to #9.

Then at #10 it’s LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2.

Rival racers GT Sport and Forza Motorsport 7 both depart the top ten, meanwhile.

Gearbox’s Hello Neighbor on Xbox One was the week’s only new arrival, making #37. Rocket League: Collector’s Edition did make a return at #21, but it’s debatable as to whether it can be considered a “new” release – the evergreen sports title recently vanished from the chart, following a change in publisher from 505 Games to Warner Bros.

Finally, in the Switch chart the physical release of This is the Police made #39 while the golden oldie Syberia 2 slipped in at #50.



Published Monday 11th December 2017 by Games Asylum


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