This puts Rockstar’s open world Western in the top spot for the third week running despite sales being down over 50% week-on-week. That being said, the game still holds onto 30% of the retail market.
There were a couple of new releases last week, however only one managed to break into the top forty and that was Carnival Games which lands in twentieth place.
For the rest of the charts, the top five remains unchanged. For the top ten overall, LEGO DC Super-Villains managed to climb into the tenth spot, pushing Football Manager down to thirteenth place overall.
With Black Friday around the corner and holiday sales about to kick off, chances are we’ll see some boosted sales from the top games in the charts, and perhaps some titles breaking back into the top ten – we’ll just have to wait and see.
Here’s the full rundown: