Entertainment software unit sales drop -24% in the aftermath of Black Friday, but it’s a similar story for the No1 spot, as Activision Blizzard’s ‘Call of Duty: WWII’ (-40%) makes it 5 weeks running at the summit of the All Formats Chart.
It now equals the record of most amount of No1’s in succession in 2017, set by yet another Activision Blizzard title – ‘Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy,’ which incidentally climbs 6 places up to No10 (+5%). The Top 5 also remains the same as last week as EA claim 2 of these with ‘Fifa 18’ (-30%) and ‘Star Wars Battlefront II’ (-33%) at No2 and No4 respectively. We only have one new release that makes the Top 40 – Nintendo’s ‘Xenoblade Chronicles 2’ on Switch debuting in at No19. It beats its predecessor’s debut chart position by 9 places as ‘Xenoblade Chronicles X’ came in at No28 in its release week.