Double Destiny


Several new releases make their debuts this week but it's Activision Blizzard’s ‘Destiny’ (-78%) that comfortably holds on to top spot for a second week.

The Bungie developed title also continues to give a strong boost to PS4 hardware sales with over 72% of the hardware format being the Destiny hard bundle. It means that ‘Disney Infinity 2.0’ has to settle for No2 in its first week although it's one place higher than the debut of its predecessor. The new Interactive Toys title is also 32% up on the week 1 performance of the original ‘Disney Infinity', which arrived just over a year ago. Wii U exclusive ‘Hyrule Warriors’ developed by Omega Force also arrives at No3.

The new arrivals push last week’s No3 ‘Watch Dogs’ (-23%) down a place to No4, while ‘The Sims 4’ (-41%) drops 3 places to No5. Familiar face ‘Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition’ (+12%) holds its position at No6 while ‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’ (-17%) drops from No4 to No7. ‘Minecraft: PS3 Edition’ (+7%) sees a slight boost in sales that pushes it up a place to No8. ‘The Last of US: Remastered’ (-27%) and ‘Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare’ (-16%) both slip down the chart to No9 and No10. Another platform exclusive arrives from Square Enix this week as sequel ‘Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call’ makes its debut on 3DS at No17.

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