Portal of the game industry shared information on sales of digital game releases in the UK for the period 20th to 26th March. The top of the ranking was the fantasy looter shooter Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.
It has been revealed that 77% of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands copies sold during the period were in digital format. More than half of these (55%) were sold for Xbox consoles.
The latest retail chart-topper, action-adventure platformer Kirby and the Forgotten Land, didn’t make it to the digital top because Nintendo doesn’t share that data. Ditto for Bethesda Softworks with its paranormal Ghostwire: Tokyo.
Grand Theft Auto V, which topped the previous digital rankings amid the release of improved versions, fell to fourth after an 83 percent drop in digital sales.
The top 10 UK digital charts from March 20th to 26th are as follows:
- Tiny Tina’s Wonderland;
- Elden Ring;
- FIFA 22;
- Grand Theft Auto V;
- F1 2021;
- WWE 2K22;
- Grand Theft Auto Online;
- Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order;
- Gran Turismo 7;
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.