Just like its predecessor Rebellion and 505 Games’ ‘Sniper Elite 3’ takes a second successive week at No1 (-36%). Ubisoft’s ‘Watch Dogs’ (-20%) takes a third week at No2 and EA’s ‘FIFA 14’ climbs 3 places to No3 (+15%) thanks to some price activity on old gen versions - this also affects ‘2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil’ which climbs back in to the Top 10 at No8 (+5%). Nintendo’s 3DS ‘Tomodachi Life’ continues to surge up the charts rising five
Rebellion’s third installment in the Sniper Elite franchise debuts at No, straddling Microsoft and Sony current/previous gen platforms, of which PS4/Xbox One make up 65% of console sales units. It is the second in the series to be published by 505 Games and the second to debut at No1 (Sniper Elite 2 took 2 weeks at No1 back in weeks 18/19 2012 whereas original Sniper Elite onl
The three week reign of Ubisoft’s record breaking IP ‘Watch Dogs’ is over as ‘EA Sports UFC’ takes the crown in its debut week. For EA it represents a third No1 title in 2014 alongside FIFA 14 and Titanfall.
‘Watch Dogs’ (-47%) comfortably holds on to No1 for a third consecutive week in a quiet time for the industry with gamers distracted by the World Cup, now underway in Brazil. It is therefore not surprising that EA’s ‘2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil’ (+16%) is the Top 10’s highest climber, up from No6 to No2, ahead of ‘Wolfenstein: The New Order&r
‘Watch Dogs’ still has its teeth firmly gripped on No1 this week despite an 81% drop in sales (84% drop on PS4/Xbox One and 68% drop on PS3/Xbox 360). You have to go back to W22 2012 and ‘Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier’ for the last Ubisoft title that managed to hold on to the No1 spot.