Grand Theft Auto V sales dropped by 31% this past week on Chart Track’s weekly Software Sales listing, but the resultant number of copies that flew off shelves was enough to put the game at No. 1 for the second week in a row, and the third time since launch in September.
FIFA 14 (sales down 29%) is a non-mover at No. 2, but debut title Skylanders: Swap Force appears at No. 3 which fails to capture the same audience as Skylanders: Giants during the games’ respective launch weeks, as Swap Force sold 35% less than its predecessor. Interestingly, the Wii version of the game claimed 37% of overall sales for this multiplatform title.
Pokemon X (sales down 59%) and Pokemon Y (sales down 58%) hold steady at No. 4 and No. 5 respectively (down from No. 3 and No. 4), while Beyond: Two Souls (sales down 60%) steps down one place to No. 6. Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (sales up 19%) is up one place at No. 7, F1 2013 (sales down 36%) and Just Dance 2014 (sales down 30%) are both down two places to No. 8 and No. 9 respectively. Disney Infinity (sales up 20%) rounds out the Top Ten after slipping one place from No. 9.
A little further down the chart, Sonic Lost World debuts at No. 11.
The Top Twenty All Format UK Software Sales Chart follows below:
- 1.) Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar Games)
- 2.) FIFA 14 (EA)
- 3.) Skylanders: Swap Force (Activision) [NEW]
- 4.) Pokemon X (Nintendo)
- 5.) Pokemon Y (Nintendo)
- 6.) Beyond: Two Souls (SCE)
- 7.) Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (Microsoft Studios)
- 8.) F1 2013 (Codemasters)
- 9.) Just Dance 2014 (Ubisoft)
- 10.) Disney Infinity (Disney Interactive)
- 11.) Sonic Lost World (SEGA) [NEW]
- 12.) LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (Warner Bros. Interactive)
- 13.) Killzone Mercenary (SCE)
- 14.) Max Payne 3 (Rockstar Games)
- 15.) VIRTUA Tennis 4: World Tour Edition (SEGA)
- 16.) The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD (Nintendo)
- 17.) Animal Cross: New Leaf (Nintendo)
- 18.) Saints Row IV (Deep Silver)
- 19.) LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (Warner Bros. Interactive)
- 20.) Tomb Raider (Square Enix)
You can read last week’s UK Software Sales Chart over here.
Source: Chart Track