We’re in the midst of a pandemic a month away from the PlayStation 5, and it’s a climate where more and more players are choosing digital software. But nevertheless, Activision will be disappointed with Crash Bandicoot 4. We will start physical sales in the UK.To be fair, the title has reached the top of the chart – but it’s despite being registered 80% reduction Compared to Crash Bandicoot N. Theintrilogy, which was launched on only one platform.
This may be an awakening call for publishers trying to push higher prices up. The retail price of the game is over £ 54.99 and you don’t have access to digital numbers, but it’s hard to imagine a large number of fans buying it. A £ 59.99 game from the PlayStation Store. Of course, this is just physical UK sales data, and it’s perfectly plausible that the title could have had greater success in other countries. We sold 82% of the units on Sony hardware.
That said, it slightly beat Star Wars Squadrons, who debuted at number two on the UK software charts. Again, the game’s sales were 72% less than Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, but the marketing campaign was much smaller. Untitled Goose Game is the only other new physics release of the week, hitting the charts at # 34. The coronavirus is definitely affecting it, but you’re wondering how the new £ 69.99 price range will be delivered.
UK Sales Chart: Week Ending October 4, 2020
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