Crash hops, spins and slides his way to his EIGHTH UK Number One

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UKIE/GfK physical chart for the week ending June 30th:

Last Week This Week Title
22 1 Crash Bandicoot: N.Sane Trilogy
New Entry 2 The Crew 2
2 3 FIFA 18
1 4 Mario Tennis Aces
3 5 God of War
4 6 Mario Kart 8: Deluxe
Re-Entry 7 Star Wars Battlefront II
7 8 Grand Theft Auto V
5 9 Fallout 4
12 10 Far Cry 5

Crash Bandicoot: N.Sane Trilogy’s launch on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One has seen it return to the top of the UK game’s charts. Ubisoft’s The Crew 2 could only debut at second due to the orange marsupial’s dominance. Mario Tennis Aces’ sales dropped 53% in its second week, which is relatively impressive. FIFA 18 was the only other game higher than Mario, being available at a discount on every platform while the world watches football is boosting the title’s sales considerably.

Wolfenstein 2 jumped 23 places to number 17 in the chart, the Switch SKU clearly gave the sales a boost. Harvest Moon: A Light of Hope was another new entry to the charts. Coming in at number 26, the Switch version had 78% of the sales while the PS4 covered the other 22%. All in all, it shows that the UK video game market remains incredibly healthy.

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