Nintendo Labo VR kits fail to break UK chart while Dangerous Driving scrapes in at #34

April’s quiet spell leaves its mark on the chart for a second week running, with the only new arrival in the entire UK top 40 being the Burnout spiritual successor Dangerous Driving at #34.

According to Chart-Track, the two Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 4 VR kits “just missed out” on breaking the top 40.

They both managed to make the Switch top 20, however – the £69.99 VR Kit took #11 while the cheaper (£34.99) VR Starter Set + Blaster made #13.

Back in the multiformat top ten it’s Ubisoft’s The Division 2 that claims the top spot, making it two weeks in a row. FIFA 19 also managed to hold onto #2 for a second week.

At #3 it’s Red Dead Redemption 2, up from #6. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe remained at #4 while fellow Switch exclusive Yoshi’s Crafted World moved down to #5.

Retailer promotions help Assassin’s Creed Odyssey rise from #11 to #6.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice hangs around at #7, NSMB.U Deluxe is on the rise to #8, while the evergreen GTA V is at #9.

Marvel’s Spider-Man swings in at #10, up all the way from #29. A few other Sony exclusives also enjoyed a sales boost with God of War back at #26 and Detroit: Become Human re-entering at #33.

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