A video game for Nintendo Switch has been the most purchased title of the week in UK stores, something that has not happened since the launch of The Last of Us: Part II in mid-June. Now the lack of big new launches in the British market has once again pushed the incombustible Animal Crossing: New Horizons to the first place, while other titles of the Japanese console show a good state of form advancing several positions in the list of best-selling titles.
In total, we found up to six productions for Nintendo Switch among the 10 most successful of the week, starting, as we have said, with Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which last week we knew that it had already sold more than 22 million copies worldwide. , and following Mario Kart 8: Deluxe, which despite its 26 million copies distributed throughout the globe is still the preferred purchase option for many consumers of physical video games in the United Kingdom.
Between the two Nintendo titles, first and third respectively, Ghost of Tsushima managed to stay in the second position despite having a 46% drop in purchases. Another PlayStation Studios title for PS4, The Last of Us: Part II, had to bid farewell to the top-10 this week for the thrust of Ring Fit Adventure, ninth, and the surprising 51 Worldwide Games, in the tenth position. Without further ado, we share the full top-10 shared by GamesIndustry.
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Nintendo)
- Ghost of Tsushima (PlayStation Studios)
- Mario Kart 8: Deluxe (Nintendo)
- FIFA 20 (EA Sports)
- Minecraft (Switch) (Xbox Game Studios)
- F1 2020 (Codemasters)
- Paper Mario: The Origami King (Nintendo)
- Grand Theft Auto 5 (Rockstar Games)
- Ring Fit Adventure (Nintendo)
- 51 Worldwide Games (Nintendo)