Sony’s ‘Wipeout: Omega Collection’ debuts at No1 on the Entertainment Software All Prices (Units).
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Bandai Namco debut at No1 on the Entertainment Software All Prices Top 40 (Units) with ‘Tekken 7’ (across PS4/Xbox One/PC), a first Tekken series No1 debut since ‘Tekken 3’ on PS1 back in week 37, 1998.
‘Injustice 2’ takes the No1 spot for two weeks running in the All Formats Chart, making it the 6th new title of 2017 to retain the No1 position.
There’s Injustice within the game charts this week with Injustice 2 taking the top spot.
‘Grand Theft Auto V’ holds on to top spot for a second week, recording a total of 11 weeks at No1 – the most weeks at No1 in the All Formats Chart for any GTA game.
Rockstar/Take 2 climb 2 places to claim No1 with Grand Theft Auto V.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare starts 2017 just as it ended 2016 – at No1.
Final charts of 2016 see the heavy hitters dominating as expected, Call of Duty claiming top spot.
‘Infinite Warfare’ becomes seventh title in series to hold coveted Xmas number 1 spot. All hail the COD, king of charts.
The days are getting colder and the nights are getting longer, which means it’s time for the seasonal signature event for Gears of War – Gearsmas! Beginning today, this year’s holiday spectacular marks the biggest event for Gears of War 4 yet with over 30 pieces of festive content to collect, a special playlist featuring the first ever custom weapon for Gears 4 and a whole lot more.