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FIFA 22 remains at No.1 for third consecutive week | UK Boxed Charts

yazenov

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Back 4 Blood debuted at No.4, with 62% of the copies going to PS5


Physical sales for Ubisoft's title after two weeks were down 14% compared to 2018's Far Cry 5. Looking at digital sales, after one week, Far Cry 6 was selling less than 50% of Far Cry 5.
Back 4 Blood debuted at No.4. Warner Bros' title sold primarily on PS5 (62% of the copies), followed by PS4 (22%) and Xbox Series X|S with 17%. This is a good performance for Xbox considering the title was available on Game Pass.

GfK top ten for the week ending October 16, 2021:


Last WeekThis WeekTitle
11FIFA 22
2 2Far Cry 6
33Metroid Dread
New entry4Back 4 Blood
45Mario Kart 8: Deluxe
146Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales
67Minecraft
78Animal Crossing: New Horizons
99Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury
1010Grand Theft Auto 5
 

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Metroid Dread is holding greatly on the chart.



UK is the weakest country for Nintendo top 6 markets and Metroid Dread sold more in Spain than UK despite Spain is much smaller Market than the UK.
 

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Totally unshocked at fifa. uk is primo chav country, place is swarming with with them dumb fucks over here.
Yeah im surprised people are buying the same game every year. EA probably paid more for the Fifa license than the development of the actual game.

I hope someone else gets the Fifa license and actually compete with EA. Piece of shit company.
 
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Yeah im surprised people are buying the same game every year. EA probably paid more for the Fifa license than the development of the actual game.

I hope someone else gets the Fifa license and actually compete with EA. Piece of shit company.

Well if the rumours are true, your wish will soon be granted. The evidence is convincing.
 

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Yeah im surprised people are buying the same game every year. EA probably paid more for the Fifa license than the development of the actual game.

I hope someone else gets the Fifa license and actually compete with EA. Piece of shit company.
The FIFA license hasn't stopped people making soccer games though. Having the fifa license wouldn't really change anything. Player names/likenesses, stadiums, rules, etc have nothing to do with the FIFA license.

Do we ever get actual numbers for these lists rather than percentages? Would love to see how few copies we're talking about here. 10000 for number 1? 1000? 500? We know it's a small number so would be nice to know how small it actually is to put it in context.
 
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Do we ever get actual numbers for these lists rather than percentages? Would love to see how few copies we're talking about here. 10000 for number 1? 1000? 500? We know it's a small number so would be nice to know how small it actually is to put it in context.

It doesn't matter, they already announced the game had record breaking sales.
 

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And there was some people inferring that low physical numbers on the first week were the sign of the end for FIFA.
 

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Well if the rumours are true, your wish will soon be granted. The evidence is convincing.

To build a game of the size and complexity of FIFA will take easily a decade. Heck, even making an Efootball in his current stage woudl take forever.
This is not a matter of resources either. I mean, old business rule: you cant have a baby in 1 month getting 9 womans pregnant.