Cooperative zombie shooter shifted from the top line of The Division 2, which fell to the third position.
Last week, the British retail rating led World War Z. The cooperative zombie shooter, based on the eponymous book, was ahead of the previous leader, The Division 2. Ubisoft’s sales fell 32%, which made it third. Prior to this, The Division 2 led the charts for two weeks in a row.
FIFA 19 is on the second position – thanks to the sale dedicated to Easter, its circulation increased by 47%. Red Dead Redemption 2, which ranked third last week, moved down to rank five – its sales fell 9%. From the fifth to the seventh position, Yoshi’s Crafted World moved, the circulation of which decreased by 14%.
Together with World War Z, which was released on April 16, three more new games hit the chart – Snooker 19: The Official Video Game, Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD remaster and My Time at Portia. The latter took the 20th and 27th place respectively.
Last week, Anthem’s sales increased by 206% immediately, thanks to which BioWare returned to the top 40 British retail charts and ranked 15th.
Top 10 retail sales from 15 to 19 April
- World war z
- FIFA 19
- Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
- Red Dead Redemption 2
- Assassin’s creed odyssey
- Yoshi’s Crafted World
- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
- Snooker 19: The Official Video Game
- New Super Mario Bros. U deluxe