Dying Light came out in American territories over a month ago now on both physical and digital platforms. Over in Europe however, the game was only available digitally. The delayed physical release however has finally found its way over to European shores, leaping straight to number 1 in the UK. Alongside it came Dragon Ball Xenoverse, which still achieved a fairly impressive feat of reaching number 3 in the UK charts for this week.
The rest of the past week’s charts, for the week ending February 28th, paint a fairly unsurprising picture. Activision’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is still hanging on in the number 2 spot, as The Order: 1886 takes a drop down the charts into number 4. The other recent releases like Evolve and The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D have taken hits in their positioning, falling to 8th and 14th respectively.
February’s final chart week isn’t only dominated by new intellectual properties and releases though.
Grand Theft Auto V has maintained its hold on the number 5 spot in the UK just above FIFA 15 which stands steady in the UK charts at number 6.
All 40 of gaming’s UK Charts entries for this week can be seen below or found on the GFK Chart-Track site.
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