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Next week may prove different â€“ if anything can dethrone FIFA, itâ€™s Call of Duty.
The surprisingly great Marvelâ€™s Guardians of the Galaxy, published by Square-Enix, debuts at #2. Itâ€™s currently unclear if it had a stronger first week than Marvelâ€™s Avengers. The fact that it claimed no.1 in both the PS5 and Xbox Series charts bodes well, though.
Nintendo’s Mario Party Superstars – a remix of N64 classics – claimed #3 while also topping the Switch chart.
Ubisoft’s Far Cry 6 fell from #2 to #4. Following suit, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe dropped to #5 while Animal Crossing: New Horizons dipped to #6. Minecraft on Switch then fell two places to #7.
At #8 itâ€™s the third new arrival â€“ Ubisoftâ€™s open-world thrill ride Riders Republic. It also took #4 in both the PS5 and Xbox Series charts.
The evergreen GTA V staked it out at #9. Super Mario 3D Word + Bowerâ€™s Fury rounds off the top ten.
Metroid Dread left the top ten, meanwhile, falling from #7 to #15. The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes had a rough week too, going from #6 to #21. Back 4 Blood also seems to be lacking staying power, tumbling from #13 to #33.
On a more positive note, F1 2021 has made a comeback, rocketing from #35 to #12.