We’re in the midst of an epidemic, a month away from the PlayStation 5, in an environment where more and more players are opting for digital software – but despite all that, Action will definitely be disappointed with Crash Bandicoot 4: it’s time to open a UK physical sale. . To be fair, the title tops the charts – but despite that registration 80 percent reduction Crash Bandicoot n. Sane compared it to the trilogy, which launched on only one platform.
This could be a wake-up call for publishers looking to push higher prices: the cost of the game in retail. 54.99, and while we don’t have access to digital numbers, it’s hard for fans to imagine that the drawers went out for purchase. From the PlayStation Store. Game for 59.99. Of course, this is only physical British sales data, and it makes perfect sense that the title could have more success in other countries. It has sold 82 percent of its units on Sony’s hardware.
All told, he was able to beat Star Wars Squadron, which entered second place in the UK software charts. Again, the game received 72 percent less sales than the Star Wars JD: Fallen order, although it received very little marketing campaign. The untitled Goose Game was just the second new physical release of the week, and peaked at number 34 on the charts. Undoubtedly the coronavirus is having an effect – but it makes you wonder how it rents the new 69 69.99 price tag, doesn’t it?
UK Sales Charts: Week October 420 Week End of October 2020
- Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s time
- Star Wars Squadron
- Super Mario 3D All Stars
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons
- Marvel’s Avengers
- Mario Kart 8: Deluxe
- Minecraft dungeons
- Minecraft: Switch Edition
- Mafia: Definitive Edition
- Mafia trilogy
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