The Top 20 Free, Paid and Revenue Grossing UK mobile charts for week 06 by Reflection.
Launched on Tuesday, ‘For Honor’ debuts on top, giving Ubisoft their first All Formats No1 since ‘Tom Clancy’s The Division’ almost a year ago. It is the biggest entirely new IP to launch at No1 since ‘No Man’s Sky’ with 57% of sales on PS4 and 43% on Xbox One.
The Top 20 Free, Paid and Revenue Grossing UK mobile charts for week 05 by Reflection.
On the All Formats Top 40 Units Chart Rockstar/Take 2 return to No1 with ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ for a third time this year and a total of 12 times since original launch back in week 38, 2013 (PS3/360), then a PC launch (week 16, 2015) and finally a PS4/Xbox One launch (week 47, 2014).
‘GTA V’ is now one of only 5 titles to claim a minimum of 12 No1’s on the All Formats Top 40 Units. The others in this list are ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire’ (18 No1’s, Eidos/Square Enix), ‘Wii Fit’ (16 No1’s, Nintendo), ‘Zumba Fitness’ (13 No1’s, 505 Games) and ‘FIFA 14’ (12 No1’s, EA).
The Top 20 Free, Paid and Revenue Grossing UK mobile charts for week 04 by Reflection.
‘Resident Evil VII: Biohazard’ lives on at No1 for a second week. It will have to last another week at No1 if it wants to match the franchise’s longest run at the top (Resident Evil 3 and Resident Evil 5 both hung on for three weeks).
‘Grand Theft Auto V’ is a non-mover at No2 while ‘FIFA 17’ climbs one place to No3, meaning new entry ‘Hitman: The Complete First Season’ released on Tuesday, has to settle for a debut at No4. It originally charted as a premium boxed digital collector’s edition just under a year ago, when it reached No29.
The Top 20 Free, Paid and Revenue Grossing UK mobile charts for week 03 by Reflection.
Week 4 sees 5 new games launching in to the Top 40, and the top 3 new titles were all launched on Tuesday 24th January. Capcom take the first No1 of the year with new release ‘Resident Evil 7: Biohazard’ arriving on PC, Xbox One and PS4 (the 4th PSVR compatible box launch so far).
The Top 20 Free, Paid and Revenue Grossing UK mobile charts for week 01 by Reflection.
‘Grand Theft Auto V’ holds on to top spot for a second week, recording a total of 11 weeks at No1 – the most weeks at No1 in the All Formats Chart for any GTA game. ‘FIFA 17’ climbs from No3 to No2, swapping places with ‘Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ which drops to No3.
Ubisoft’s ‘Steep’ rises two places to No7, matching its highest position, reached back in W51 2016. ‘Overwatch’ jumps back in to the Top 10, up 8 places to No10. The last time it was in the Top 10 was back in W45 last year when it reached No7.