With roaring reception within the first week it came out. It wasn’t a surprise that Activision published Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice emerged victorious as number one on UK’s retail sales charts. Thus kicking The Division 2 into the curb according to recent digital and retail charts from Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Asia (EMEAA) regions.
According to Game Industry, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice sold the highest number of units on PlayStation 4, PC and then Xbox One. The Division ranked second but interesting enough, it sold more on PlayStation 4 in comparison to Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice did on Xbox One.
Now Ubisoft didn’t overall lose this quarter as a few of their titles appeared in the top ten. Aside from The Division 2, Far Cry New Dawn, Rainbow Six Seige and Watchdogs 2 breezed in.
Subsequently, Grand Theft Auto V and Fifa 19 continues to perform well worldwide.
Here are EMEAA top ten best-selling games for the week ending Sunday, March 24:
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Tom Clancy’s The Division
Grand Theft Auto V
Far Cry New Dawn
Red Dead Redemption II
New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe
Watch Dogs 2
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Do you think Sekiro: Shadow Dies Twice will keep up with this pace and still emerge as the most sellable game out in the next few months there despite its difficulty? Comment below!