The UK chart undergoes a slight shuffle this week, with no new entries to speak of. This isnâ€™t a surprise â€“ by our reckoning Construction Machines Simulator on Switch was last weekâ€™s sole retail release.
It is a surprise to see SnowRunner leave the top 40 after just one week, however â€“ we expected the cult driving sim to stick around longer. Incidentally, MotoGP20 and Sakura Wars are also both top 40 no-shows.
This week, Nintendoâ€™s Animal Crossing: New Horizons once again claims the top spot. GTA V wasnâ€™t far behind at #2, clearly proving to be a popular game to play during the lockdown. Itâ€™s also about to leave Xbox Game Pass, giving another explanation for the sales surge.
FIFA 20 fell to #3 while Call of Duty: Modern Warfare dropped to #4.
At #5 itâ€™s good old Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Star Wars Jedi: The Fallen Order remained at #6. Luigiâ€™s Mansion 3 followed suit, staying put at #7.
Red Dead Redemption 2 climbed one position to #8, Minecraft on Switch crept in at #9, and then at #10 itâ€™s a surprise re-entry for New Super Mario Bros. U. The 2D platformer was at #22 last Monday.
Final Fantasy VII Remake left the top ten for the first time since launch, meanwhile.
Elsewhere, the recent Assassinâ€™s Creed Valhalla reveal seems to have impacted Assassinâ€™s Creed Odysseyâ€™s sales â€“ Ubisoftâ€™s most recent stealth adventure has jumped from #30 to #17.