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UK Charts: Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy enjoys seventh consecutive week at No. 1

Overcooked! 2 enters charts at No. 8 while We Happy Few comes in at No. 10

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy finds itself at the top of the charts fo a seventh consecutive week, despite releasing over a year ago.

Only three games launched this month appeared in the UKIE/GFK all-formats top 40.

Madden NFL 19 appeared at No. 5, while sequel to indie darling Overcooked! came in at No. 8, beating out Compulsion Games' highly anticipated We Happy Few which sits at No. 10.

Filling out the rest of the charts was Lego The Incredibles which remains at No. 2, followed up the ever-present Grand Theft Auto V at No. 3.

In at No. 4 is Mario Kart 8: Deluxe, followed by Call of Duty: WWII at No. 6, while God of War reached No. 7 and Super Mario Odyssey ranked at No. 9.

The PlayStation 4 proved the most popular console for the new releases last week, accounting for 68 per cent of Madden 19 sales, and 67 per cent of We Happy Few sales.

While Overcooked! 2 also performed best on the PS4 -- which accounted for 42 per cent of its sales -- the Switch was the second-best performing platform with 41 per cent.

Here is the UKIE/GFK top ten for the week ending August 11, 2018:

Last WeekThis WeekTitle
11Crash Bandicoot: N.Sane Trilogy
22LEGO The Incredibles
53Grand Theft Auto V
34Mario Kart 8: Deluxe
New Entry5Madden NFL 19
66Call of Duty: WWII
77God of War
New Entry8Overcooked! 2
89Super Mario Odyssey
New Entry10We Happy Few

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