Coming as no surprise, FIFA 22 is the UKâ€™s new no.1. Even though physical sales were down 35% over FIFA 21 (thanks, GI.biz) it still went on to become the fastest-selling physical release of 2021 so far.
The PS4 version took the lionâ€™s share of sales with 41%, followed by Xbox One (27%), PS5 (23%), Switch (5%) and finally Xbox Series X with 4%.
Mario Kart 8: Deluxe â€“ last weekâ€™s chart-topper, thanks to the Switch price cut â€“ fell to #2.
The title at #3 does come as a surprise â€“ itâ€™s the belated retail release of Sonic Colours: Ultimate, with the Switch version proving the most popular.
Thereâ€™s another new arrival at #4 â€“ Milestoneâ€™s well-received Hot Wheels Unleashed, which again was a strong seller on Switch, even managing to break the almost impenetrable Switch top ten.
The rest of the UK all-formats top ten comprises of familiar faces. Specifically, Minecraft at #5, followed by Spider-Man: Miles Morales (#6), Animal Crossing: New Horizons (#7), F1 2021 (#8), GTA V (#9), and Super Mario 3D World + Bowserâ€™s Fury at #10.
Insurgency Sandstorm was the weekâ€™s only other new release within the top 40, claiming a respectable #13 despite a lack of press coverage.
A couple of new releases did manage to break the individual format charts, however. Chernobylite, published by Perp Games, took #9 in the PS4 chart while Ghostrunner slipped in at #9 in the PS5 chart and #8 in the Xbox Series X top ten.