Over the weekend it was revealed that for the first time in the history of fresh Call of Duty failed to top the UK retail charts in its debut week – she was hampered by a new Assassins Creed. Later it became known that a number of sales representatives faced problems of supplying Black Ops Cold War, including because of which the annual circulation fell by 64%. However, taking into account digital sales, the shooter was still able to take the lead in overall indicators.
Sales of fresh Black Ops in digital services were 39% higher than they were a year ago at Modern Warfare. However, the overall result due to low rates in retail is still lower by 16%.
Analysts suggest that the success of the free Warzone could also have affected the novelty results. Assassins Creed Valhalla also shows excellent performance: sales of the new part compared to “Odyssey” doubled not only in retail, but also in figure.
“In general, the digital sales of “Valgalla” in the first week were higher than the retail and digital ones of Odyssey two years ago. The game Ubisoft shows a phenomenal success.
” It is noteworthy that most digital sales of new products come on the Microsoft console, while the PS4 is behind. Call of Duty and Assassins Creed bought 55% and 58% on Xbox.
However, it should be borne in mind that the PS5 has not yet come out in the country at this point. The top three again closes “Spider-Man: Miles Morales” — but this time thanks to the PS4 version.
Sales of the game in retail and figure are approximately the same, but more still sales in the PS Store. And heres Sackboy: A Big Adventure failed to reach the top 40, although this week thanks to the release of the PS5 platformer sales could grow.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon started at number 9 of the digital charts. With the XIII remake there was an interesting situation: it turned out to be so bad that many eventually rushed to buy the original.
So torn that classics were eventually bought in more (16 place) than the updated version (18 place). Digital Sales Charts in England from 7 to 13 November Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (novelty) Assassins Creed Valhalla (novelty) “Spider-Man: Miles Morales” (novelty) FIFA 21 Grand Theft Auto V Watch Dogs: Legion Monopoly Plus Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered Yakuza: Like A Dragon (novelty) Red Dead Redemption 2.
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