Titanfall beats Hobbit on UK chart

360 release pushes EA's mechs back to top spot

The launch of the Xbox 360 version has pushed EA's Titanfall back up to number one from three, with 71 per cent of sales for the 360, 27 per cent on Xbox One and a tiny 1 per cent on PC.

The boost kept new entry LEGO The Hobbit away from the top spot and had it settling for second place, but still far ahead of this week's other new entries. Kinect Sports: Rivals only managed to enter at 14, while Don Bradman Cricket 14 missed the top twenty entirely and debuted at 34.

UKIE Games Charts courtesy of GfK Chart-Track

Last WeekThis WeekTitle
New entry2LEGO The Hobbit
13FIFA 14
84South Park: The Stick Of Truth
45Call Of Duty: Ghosts
96Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition
77The LEGO Movie Videogame
118Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare
129Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
510Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes
1012Battlefield 4
613Infamous: Second Son
New entry14Kinect Sports: Rivals
1415Grand Theft Auto V
1516LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
1617Dark Souls II
Re-entry18Football Manager 2014
219The Elder Scrolls Online
Re-entry20WWE 2K14

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Tim Ogul Illustrator 3 years ago
This might be good for the overal longevity of the game though, the sooner they transition to F2P, the better for all involved.
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