EA Sports FC 24 and Hogwarts Legacy in the first places in the British retail chart

The latest data from retail sales charts in the UK have been published, and they tell a rather familiar story in a week that ended on December 2.

Last week belonged to EA Sports FC 24, and this week the football simulator again took this position.

In second place is Hogwarts Legacy, which, in fact, fights with EA Sports FC 24 since a magic role -playing game with the open world has taken first place in November.

The third place this week is Super Mario Bros. Wonder, which has climbed one position since last week. You can do it, Mario!

In fourth place – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III. Recall that this game, despite a somewhat ambiguous technique, showed the highest involvement of players for the entire new Modern Warfare trilogy.

Fifth place is occupied by Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, which last week was in sixth place, so it seems that this is a good week for Nintendo games that want to climb to the top of the chart.

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is located in sixth place, as is appropriate for the game that has dispersed more than 5 million copies and which the publisher Sony calls "big hit".

The third unstable participant in the chart this week was the game Nintendo Switch Sports, which stubbornly holds in seventh place. Whether it will rise a little up on the eve of Christmas?

Minecraft is occupied by the eighth place, and it seems that this announcement refers precisely to the boxing version of the game for Switch, and not to Minecraft in general.

In the ninth place – Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, which may be gaining momentum due to a fully processed performance regime, which debuted in September. However, it is possible that the success of Survivor in the charts is explained by the fact that this is a game "Star Wars".

Finally, in tenth place – Mortal Kombat 1, the last game from the series is really quite spectacular and cruel Mortal Kombat.

Places from the eleventh to the fifteenth were distributed as follows: Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Sonic Superstars, Grand Theft Auto V and Cyberpunk 2077.