Meanwhile, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT only sells 5,000 units in its first week.
It’s another week that sees Capcom’s Monster Hunter World at the top of UK sales charts according to Chart-Track. Monster Hunter World managed to ship an astounding five million units in three days worldwide (digital downloads included) so it’s no surprise to still see it at the top.
Electronic Arts also has a strong debut with EA Sports UFC 3 which is in second place. It’s followed by the usual suspect – Call of Duty: WW2, FIFA 18 and Grand Theft Auto 5 in third, fourth and fifth respectively. Dragon Ball FighterZ, despite debuting in second place for its launch week, has fallen to sixth place.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe dropped one place to seventh while Super Mario Odyssey saw a strong rise from 16th to eighth place. Interestingly though Dissidia Final Fantasy NT debuted last week for PS4, it’s only sold 5,000 units thus far. It still placed higher than Dissidia Final Fantasy in 2009 (10th place) and Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy in 2011 (24th place) which both released for PSP. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild dropped from seventh to tenth place.