All change, please! Two new faces have entered the UK games charts and both made a massive impact.
At the top we find Dying Light, Techland's superb parkour-infused zombie sandbox. The delay between digital and physical editions was annoying, but it seems that plenty of gamers were willing to wait! If you want to get involved you can get Dying Light on PC for £21.49.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse has also done remarkably well for an anime tie-in, debuting at third place, And quite right too. As explained in our Dragon Ball Xenoverse review, it "captures the brutal thrill of soaring aerial anime battles better than practically any game I've ever played, all while allowing us to genuinely enter the Dragon Ball universe as our own character by participating in key canonical events and crazy 'what if?' scenarios." The servers are being slammed, though, as we rather suspected. At least it has a ton of offline content!
As far as I'm aware, you can still buy Dragon Ball Xenoverse for £27.99 on PC. Latest reports indicate that the game has secured over 8999 sales.
- Dying Light
- Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse
- The Order: 1886
- Grand Theft Auto 5
- FIFA 15
- Far Cry 4
- Minecraft: Xbox Edition
- Minecraft: PlayStation Edition