DMC 5 went down from the first position to the sixth in the second week.
The Division 2 was released for all players on March 15, and for three days the game took the first line of the British retail charts.
Sales of disk versions accounted for only 20% of the first part of its release, but Ubisoft actively promoted The Division 2 in the “figure”, where special editions with early access were available – those who bought them could start playing on March 12th.
Devil May Cry 5, which also started earlier from the first line, dropped to the sixth right away – sales decreased by 76%.
Red Dead Redemption 2, meanwhile, is ranked second for the second week in a row, and its sales have increased by 22% over the past seven days thanks to discounts from retailers. GTA V, in turn, this week rose from 10 position to 3, showing a sales growth of 121%.
Anthem for her third week of sales fell from 4 lines to 11 – at the start she, like The Division 2, took the first place in the ranking.
Top 10 retail sales from March 11 to March 17
- The Division 2
- Red Dead Redemption 2
- GTA V
- FIFA 19
- The LEGO Movie 2: Videogame
- Devil May Cry 5
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
- Far cry new dawn
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe