‘GTA V’ replaces ‘FIFA 18’ at the top of the All Formats Chart this week. It is the 15th time the Rockstar/Take 2 title has reached No1.
New entry ‘TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge’ from BigBen/Koch is denied top spot by only a small margin, having to settle for No2 ahead of Sony’s new VR title ‘Bravo Team’ which debuts at No3. Sales of ‘FIFA 18’ drop by 43% relegating it to No4, ahead of ‘Call of Duty: WWII’ which is down 2 places at No5.
The Top 20 Free, Paid and Revenue Grossing UK mobile charts for week 9 by Reflection.
The Top 20 Free, Paid and Revenue Grossing UK mobile charts for week 8 by Reflection.
There are no new releases within the Top 40 All Formats (Units) this week – Milestone’s ‘Gravel’ debuts just outside at No42 but does make the revenue All Formats Top 40 at No30. The eagle-eyed chart follower will have noticed it is time to say Happy Birthday to Nintendo’s Switch, which debuted one year ago (week 9, 2017 ‘Zelda Breath of the Wild’ debuted at No2).
The Top 20 Free, Paid and Revenue Grossing UK mobile charts for week 7 by Reflection.
EA’s ‘FIFA 18’ remains at No1 for a second consecutive week and a total of six times on the All Formats Top 40. Rockstar/Take 2 climb 1 place to No2 with ‘GTA V’ and Activision climb 5 places to No3 with ‘Call of Duty WWII’. This week’s biggest new release is Konami’s ‘Metal Gear Survive’ for PS4/Xbox One debuting at No6.
The Top 20 Free, Paid and Revenue Grossing UK mobile charts for week 6 by Reflection.
‘FIFA 18’ returns to No1, boosted by a heavily promoted Switch version and smaller price drops across other formats. It is the biggest sales week for FIFA 18 on Switch since launch and hands the footballing giant its 5th All Formats No1, after it had previously returned to the top for one week at the beginning of the year.
The Top 20 Free, Paid and Revenue Grossing UK mobile charts for week 5 by Reflection.
‘Shadow of the Colossus’ remastered for PS4 debuts at No1 pushing ‘Monster Hunter: World’ down to No3. The original PS2 title also debuted at No1, back in W7 2006, however launch week sales of the new PS4 version are 73% greater than that of its predecessor. It is the 8th different Sony-format exclusive to reach No1 since the beginning of 2017.