UK Retail Charts: Call of Duty WWII Maintains First Position, Big Boost for PS4 in Black Friday Sales

Call of Duty: WWII maintained its leading position for the week of Black Friday, but at the same time, PS4 enjoys a big boost in Black Friday sales.

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Black Friday has already fallen out of the world under the sign of price reductions, which of course translates into the interest of customers to buy and increase salesmen’s profits. As a result, the sales of entertainment software increased by 89%, compared with the previous listing, and the revenue from this increased by 53%.

Last week it turned out to be the best this year in both respects. It is possible that we will be able to handle the pre-Christmas period better, but we will deal with it differently.

In the case of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, their sales, compared to the same period last year, increased by 3%. Sony should be the most popular console in the history of Black Friday, except for 2013, when PS4 premiered.

Call of Duty: WWII maintained the first place. This is the fourth week of the game to remain at the top position of the UK Sales Chart hits since the game’s release. FIFA 18 jumped to second place, and the third, thanks to a massive reduction, fans enjoyed Gran Turismo Sport out of the non-profit.

Star Wars: Battlefront II has fallen by two points remaining at the fourth position, while Bethesda has returned to the top ten with Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and Fallout 4 at seventh and ninth position respectively. And Need for Speed: Payback of Electronic Arts remained at the 10th position.

1. Call of Duty: WWII
2. FIFA 18
3. Gran Turismo Sport
4. Star Wars: Battlefront II
5. Assassin’s Creed Origins
6. Forza Motorsport 7
7. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
8. Super Mario Odyssey
9. Fallout 4
10. Need for Speed: Payback

Sony’s virtual reality PlayStation VR headset has found so many buyers in the past seven days that sales monitor Chart-Track reported that PSVR unit sales were “on par with launch week”.