We’re in the midst of an epidemic, a climate a month away from the PlayStation 5 where more and more players are opting for digital software – but even after all that activation will be frustrated with Crash Bandicoot 4: it’s about time to open up UK physical sales. Honestly, the title was at the top of the charts – but despite it being registered Decreased by 60 percent Compare Crash Bandicoot N to the Sun Trilogy, which was only launched on one platform.
It could be a wake-up call to push publishers toward higher prices: from the hard-to-play PlayStation Store imagining that the game is at a retail price above £ 54.99 and has become a draw for fans to purchase without access to our digital numbers. The game for 59.99. Of course, it’s just physical British sales data, and it’s totally admirable that the title could be even more successful in other countries. It sold 82 percent of its units in Sony hardware.
That being said, it narrowly defeated the Straw Wars Squadron, which debuted at number two on the UK software charts. Again, the game has registered 72 percent fewer sales than Star Wars JD: Yield Order, although it has received much less marketing publicity. The untitled Goss game was the only new physical release this week and it entered the 34th position in the charts. Coronavirus is undoubtedly making an impact – but what new £ 69.99 price points are taking you by surprise, isn’t it?
UK Sales Chart: Weekend 420 October 2020
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