Return It managed to take second place in the UK sales chart when it launched, but debuted well below other PlayStation exclusive titles. It’s worth noting that, depressingly, the UK bestseller list only includes actual sales – and therefore misses a big piece of the puzzle, as consumers continue to drift towards digital shopping.
To be fair, Housemarque has developed a hard-to-find roguelike in stores, with few supermarkets offering copies and the game moving in and out of stock online. It’s also possible that Sony didn’t make a lot of units, as the number of pre-orders may be low ahead of the first round of previews, sparking interest in the title two weeks in advance. Of course, we wouldn’t fail to overlook the price, which has always proven that at £ 69.99 it’s hard to swallow the pill.
However, this is just one area where big digital sales are excluded, so it’s definitely not the end of the world – and to be fair, our friend list is filled with returning players throughout the world. weekend.
The rest of the UK sales charts make it really boring to read, although it’s been a better week for UK packaged goods sales: Grand Theft Auto V and the Cold War Call of Duty: Black Ops Both have seen increased sales week after week. Last week’s winner, NieR: symmetrical, All the way to 22nd place after sales fell 73 percent, while Terminator: Strengthening the Resistance snuck to 37th place.
UK sales charts: week ending May 1, 2021
- New Pokemon Snap
- Super Mario 3D World + Bowser Fury
- Mario Kart 8: Deluxe
- The animal has reached new heights
- FIFA 21
- Minecraft: Switch Edition
- Grand Theft Auto V
- Shaped ring for adventure
- Call of Duty: Cold War Black Ops
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