The Witcher 3, ARK Survival Evolved and Sims 4 are Best Selling PC games of the Week; Fallout 4 Pre-orders Climbing the charts

Jun 8, 2015 17:36 EDT
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The latest PC UK retail, Steam Digital and Green Man Gaming charts have been revealed and it appears that ARK Survival Evolved, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Grand Theft Auto V are quite popular among PC gamers. Lego Worlds seems to be climbing the Steam charts, and of special note is Fallout 4 at number 7 and number 3 on Steam and Green Man Gaming respectively.

Fallout 4 will surely overtake the competition after its full reveal during Bethesda's E3 2015 press conference, and the announcement of its release date. The pre-orders for the Steam Controller and the Steam Link have just recently opened and both seem to be doing rather well.

UK PC Charts [June 6th, 2015]

1. THE SIMS 4
2. THE SIMS 4 GET TO WORK
3. THE WITCHER III: WILD HUNT
4. FOOTBALL MANAGER 2015
5. GRAND THEFT AUTO V
6. FARMING SIMULATOR 15
7. ASSASSIN’S CREED: UNITY
8. PROJECT CARS
9. WORLD OF WARCRAFT: WARLORDS OF DRAENOR
10. EVOLVE

Steam Charts:

1. ARK: Survival Evolved
2. Grand Theft Auto V
3. LEGO Worlds
4. The Witcher III: Wild Hunt
5. Steam Controller
6. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
7. Fallout 4
8. Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition
9. Steam Link
10. Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition

Green Man Gaming Charts:

1. Sniper Ghost Warrior 2
2. Ziggurat
3. Fallout 4
4. Indie Focus Bundle
5. FINAL FANTASY XIV: Heavensward
6. Grand Theft Auto V
7. Starbound
8. The Bureau: XCOM Declassified
9. XCOM: Enemy Within
10. XCOM: Enemy Unknown – The Complete Edition

A few days ago we reported that Bethesda's official store listed Fallout 4 with a "TBA 2015" release date, which was subsequently changed to just "TBA".

Bethesda responded when asked for clarification on the subject:

“The official store is run independently by Treehouse. We have not shared any news on a release date”

Several other retailers also list Fallout 4 with a 2015 release date, albeit with a placeholder date of December 31st, used when a specific release date or window is unknown. EB Games Australia though, sent out the following image, promoting the game after its announcement.

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