‘Dying Light’ (-48%) from Warner Bros and Polish developer Techland is still alive and kicking at No1 for a second week.
Since launch, it has managed to outperform other recent new IP from both Sony (The Order: 1886) and Take 2 (Evolve), despite already having been launched digitally a month ago. The big three of ‘Grand Theft Auto V’, ‘FIFA 15’ (-17%) and ‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’ (-56%) occupy the next three places. With a sales dip of only 10% ‘GTA V’ performs the best climbing to No2 ahead of FIFA 15 at No3 and leapfroging COD at No4.
Released two weeks ago, ‘Dragon Ball Xenoverse’ (-61%) drops two places to No5, while the Minecrafts both remain in the Top10 as the Xbox Editions are up three places to No6 (-14%) and the Playstation Editions remain at No10 (-12%). No1 three weeks ago, ‘The Order: 1886’ (-62%) falls three places to No7 ahead of this week’s only Top 40 new entry ‘Zombie Army Trilogy’, UK developer Rebellion’s updated collection of their ‘Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army’ titles for Xbox One and PS4. ‘Evolve’ (-35%) enjoys a fourth week in the Top 10, down one place from No8 to No9.