EA finally reveals why it won’t support the Switch... and puts its foot in its mouth along the way.
Greatness awaits (for every game except for Fallout 76).
It’s sold an average of 2 million units a month.
No wonder publishers continue to stick with microtransactions.
Some new data from SuperData shows the increasing popularity of Fortnite.
Prepare for glory.
A free update and the World Cup helped sales surge for EA Sports' football sim.
Two new retro compilations debut strong in the UK charts.
It's really full featured.
The backlash against loot boxes continues.
FIFA 18 and Grand Theft Auto 5 continue to remain in top five.
After an amazing debut last week, Ubisoft's open world opus continues to dominate.
Grand Theft Auto 5 and Call of Duty: WW2 also continue performing well.
Metal Gear Survive debuts in sixth place despite near universal dislike.
Thanks to a very well timed price cut...
Bayonetta 2 for the Nintendo Switch debuts at a decent place as well.
Not a good look for Sony and PSN.
This week's top ten is fairly the same, except for a surprising new entry at number 10.
This is the open world title's first number 1 position since June 2017.
More EA games coming.