February 3, 2023


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An unexpected winner in the digital distribution category.  Latest sales results from UK

An unexpected winner in the digital distribution category. Latest sales results from UK

Interesting results come to us from Great Britain. It turns out that in the digital selling category, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands had no match for the past week.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is last week’s bestselling digital game in the UK. Even 77% of Tina’s Tina Wonderlands sales are generated by Sony and Microsoft’s digital distribution systems. 55% of game copies are sold on Xbox like this. The editorial team at GamesIndustry reports that if we also take into account the sales of the boxed editions, we will find that the distribution of sales between Xbox and PlayStation consoles will be quite close to 50% for this title.

“This is an unusual result, because usually – due to a larger user base in the UK – games are distributed in a higher distribution on PlayStation consoles. This may be due to the density of strong PS5 releases lately, such as Gran Turismo 7, Ghostwire Tokyo or Horizon Forbidden West GamesIndustry wrote.

Unfortunately, digital sales order Does not include products published by Nintendo. Therefore, we do not know how the new Kirby became “digital” (the Switch exclusive won the British market in physical versions).

Sales of the updated “next generation” version of GTA 5 have fallen sharply (by 83% from week to week). So Grand Theft Auto 5 dropped from first to fourth in the ranking. Elden Ring (second place in last ranking) still sells very well.

Sales ranking in digital distribution (UK, last week):

  1. Little Wonderland Tina (2K Games)
  2. Elden Ring (Bandai Namco)
  3. FIFA 22 (EA)
  4. Grand Theft Auto 5 (Rockstar)
  5. F1 2021 (EA)
  6. WWE 2K22 (2K Games)
  7. Grand Theft Auto Online (Rockstar)
  8. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (EA)
  9. Gran Turismo 7 (Sony)
  10. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege (Ubisoft)

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