Existing subscribers get enough time to bail out if they want, though.
Stadia still holds its own against a hypothetical Nintendo Switch 2, however.
Left Alive sold less than 1,000 units.
Without any warning, the action RPG is available to British smartphones now.
Console sales rise in the UK as software sales fall.
Super Smash Bros. and Pokemon are doing their job, it seems.
It is only the Second Switch game to achieve this milestone.
Indicating Switch hardware sales may have gone up, too.
It seems like the UK saw a week of healthy hardware sales all around.
The sun never sets on the PlayStation empire.
Crash Bandicoot’s fearsome reign is at an end at last.
The king's reign is at an end, for now.
Nothing can unseat Crash, it seems.
Sonic continues to do better on Nintendo than anywhere else.
Nintendo UK charging 2/3rds of Switch's retail price to fix what appears to be a manufacturer error.
Recent charts show that Crash Bandicoot has performed exceedingly well on the Switch in the UK.
Meanwhile, God of War tops charts yet again.
Still topped the charts, though.
Donkey Kong gets a surprisingly good debut at #2 as well.
Pink puffball puffs his way to the top (almost).