The Saints fend off heavyweight competition again.
Deep Silver Volition’s Saints Row IV is still the number one selling game in the UK, maintaining its top spot on the charts for the third week running according to the latest UKIE Game Charts courtesy of Gfk Chart-Track.
Of course, there have been several new entries on the charts, including Total War: Rome II which debuted at the number 2 spot. The Creative Assembly’s newest real time strategy game and the latest iteration in the multi-million selling franchise has already received a good amount of critical acclaim. Diablo 3 also debuted but at number 3, with Farming Simulator in at number 10 (seriously).
Meanwhile, Splinter Cell: Blacklist fell to the fourth position, with Disney Infinity at fifth place and Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition in at sixth. Payday 2, Killzone: Mercenary and Rayman Legends make up the rest of the chart for this week. Will the Saints make it till next week on top? Maybe but we can’t possibly see them beating out Grand Theft Auto V when it releases worldwide on September 17th.