Top 40 Entertainment Software (All Prices) Week 2 Year 2020
Ending 11th January
|3||1||FIFA 20||PEGI 3+||EA SPORTS|
At the end of 2019, ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’ maintains its hold at the top of the All Formats Charts. ‘Fifa 20’ comes in close at No2 after a very close battle for the top spot.
‘Grand Theft Auto V’ speeds its way up from No11 to finish at a respectable No6, narrowly beating ‘Borderlands 3’ which fought its way up from No12 to No7. ‘Gears 5’ makes a resurgence in the charts, rejoining at No36 after price promotions. Other new titles include; ‘Minecraft’ rejoining at No39 and ‘Football Manager 2020’ at No40.
‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’ holds on to top spot to become this year’s Christmas No1. A late surge from “FIFA 20” is not enough to dislodge it, so FIFA has to settle for second place like it did in 2018 when it lost out to “Red Dead Redemption 2’.
EA can however content themselves with also having the No3 title this week thanks to ‘Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’. The rest of the All Formats Top 10 are all non-movers apart from the two Crash titles from Activision Blizzard ‘N.Sane Trilogy’ and ‘Nitro-Fueled’, sneaking back in to the Top 10 at No9 and No10 respectively.
This week in the All Formats Chart, ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’ takes back its place at No1, narrowly beating ‘Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’ in spot No2. ‘Fifa 20’ held its position at the top of the chart for past two weeks before falling down to No3, resting just above ‘Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’.
‘Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020’ shows a jump in sales this week, moving from No13 all the way up to No8. ‘Tekken 7’ & ‘Project Cars 2’ rejoin the All Formats Chart at No9 and No10 this week thanks to huge price promotions.