Activision Blizzard’s ‘Call of Duty: WWII’ retains the No1 spot for the All Formats Chart in its second week since launch. Its second week figure tops ‘Fifa 18s’ second week, making it the highest selling second week for a title of not only this year, but 2016 as well.
‘Assassin’s Creed Origins’ begins life at No1 just like its predecessor ‘Assassin’s Creed Syndicate’ two years ago. Launch sales units are almost level with Syndicate, but surpass it in terms of revenue, boosted by the more expensive ‘Gold’ and ‘Gods’ editions.
‘Fifa 18’ makes it 3 weeks in a row at No1 in the All Formats Chart, beating Warner’s new release ‘Middle-Earth: Shadow of War,’ debuting in at No2.
2K today announced details surrounding the Season Pass and downloadable content offerings for WWE® 2K18, the forthcoming release in the flagship WWE video game franchise. The offerings will include playable WWE and NXT® Superstars, including fan-favorites The Hardy Boyz; a host of new in-game moves; and access to both unlockable content and player progression features.
EA’s ‘FIFA 18’ takes a second week at No1 and actually has a stronger week 2 than last year because FIFA 17’s week 2 coincided with Take 2’s biggest new release of 2016, which pulled sales away from FIFA (‘Mafia III’ was new at No2 in week 40, 2016 and was the 8th biggest week 1 unit seller of 2016).
Good news, hunters! Today Capcom confirmed that Monster Hunter: World will be available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One globally on January 26, 2018. A PC release will follow at a later date.