UK Chart: The Order 1886 Shoots to First
Following rocky launch week, Sony’s PS4 exclusive outsells all.
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Despite this, the widely promoted title debuts at the top of that chart, and marks the first time Sony’s in-house team has created a UK number one since August 2014 (with The Last of Us Remastered).
Meanwhile, a 66 percent drop in sales led to 2K Games’ Evolve to fall from the top spot down to third, just behind Activision’s longstanding shooter Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Retail promotions for Far Cry 4 bring it up three places to fourth.
Majora’s Mask 3D, the latest classic Nintendo title to be remastered for the 3DS, drops from second place to eighth following a 70 percent drop in sales. The other major 3DS release, Capcom’s Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, sinks from fourth to twelfth with a similar drop in units.
Neither of the two newest entrants made the top ten, with the PC strategy game Total War: Attila hitting 21 and the remastered Dead or Alive 5 Last Round for PS4 and Xbox One joining at 27. Because PC games tend to be purchased digitally, which Chart-Track doesn’t calculate, Total War: Attila’s position in the chart is somewhat unrepresentative.
The full top ten follows:
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