Unsurprisingly, Far Cry New Dawn leads the UK weekly chart just ahead of Metro Exodus. However, according to GamesIndustry, the real winner is actually the game made by 4A Games and published by Deep Silver.
Whereas physical sales of Far Cry New Dawn went considerably down compared to previous entries in the same franchise (though digital sales of Ubisoft titles are usually very strong, so it could have compensated there), the physical sales of Metro Exodus went up by almost 50% compared to 2013's Metro Last Light.
Last week also saw the debut of Bandai Namco's fighting game Jump Force, which ranked fourth (Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2 got the third place). The other game launched on February 15th, Crackdown 3, only managed to score the thirteenth place, selling around 10% of what Crackdown 2 managed back in 2010 (though again, these figures are only pertaining to physical sales).
|Last Week||This Week||Title|
|New Entry||1||Far Cry: New Dawn|
|New Entry||2||Metro: Exodus|
|1||3||Red Dead Redemption 2|
|New Entry||4||Jump Force|
|4||6||Resident Evil II|
|6||7||New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe|
|3||8||Kingdom Hearts III|
|7||9||Mario Kart 8: Deluxe|
|5||10||Call of Duty: Black Ops 4|