‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’ successfully defends its position at the top of the All Formats Chart for a second week, despite a fall in sales of 77% and strong competition from new contenders ‘Assassin’s Creed: Unity’ and ‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’. Ubisoft’s highly anticipated ‘Assassin’s Creed: Unity’ has to settle for second place, missing out on top spot by 16,000 sales. It does however outsell last year’s ‘Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag’ which originally debuted on Xbox 360 and PS3. The PS4 version of Unity accounted for 52% of sales, Xbox One 46% and PC 2%.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare ends FIFA 15's six week run at No1
FIFA 15 does it again with a 6th consecutive week at No1 since launch
‘FIFA 15’ (-7%) holds on to No1 for a 5th consecutive week, the most of any title so far this year. EA titles have been at No1 for 18 out of the 43 weeks so far in 2014, while for the whole of last year they only managed a total of 10 weeks. Sales of ‘Minecraft: Playstation Edition’ jump an impressive 82%, boosted by strong sales of the PS4 version, pushing it from No9 to No2. As a result, ‘The Evil Within’ (-64%) slips one place to No3, ahead of ‘Destiny’ which moves up 3 places to No4, sales only down by 9%. ‘Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor’ (-30%) drops one place to No5 ahead of ‘Bord
FIFA 15 holds on to top spot for fourth straight week
FIFA 15 holds on to top spot for third week
FIFA 15 holds position at top of Games Chart
The prelude to the all-important Q4 season begins in earnest this week with the ‘FIFA 15’ onslaught. EA’s latest FIFA is the 21st in the main series, dating back to 1993 with FIFA International Soccer on Sega’s Megadrive (list excludes World Cup/Street/Management spinoffs). ‘FIFA 15’ accounts for 80% of all entertainment software units this week and a whopping 87% of revenue.
Destiny holds on to top spot for 2nd week
Destiny arrives at No1 as the biggest new IP launch ever