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UK Charts: Crash Bandicoot takes No.1 for a sixth consecutive week

Hello Neighbor returns to the Top 40

For a sixth-consecutive week, Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy is No.1 in the UK charts.

Meanwhile, LEGO The Incredibles is No.2 for a fourth consecutive week.

They achieved the feats because there's been no serious competition during the summer, although it is interesting to see kid-friendly products at the top of the charts. It bodes well for the upcoming Spyro game in September.

Switch sales have trended upwards during the summer months, partially thanks to a number of new releases - although it's the likes of Mario Kart 8, Super Mario Odyssey and Zelda: Breath of the Wild that are impressing the most. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe rises two places to No.3 this week.

This week Gearbox Publishing released Hello Neighbor on PS4 and Switch, which sees that game increase 970% in sales and re-enter the charts at No.16. That's really your lot this week.

August is a relatively quiet month for games. Next week there's Overcooked 2 and We Happy Few, which are promising indie titles. There's the new World of Warcraft expansion, plus remasters of Shenmue 1 and 2, PES 2019 and Strange Brigade over the following few weeks, too.

September is the month the High Street is waiting for, however. With a line-up that includes the three S' - Spider-Man, Spyro and Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Plus the usual dose of FIFA.

Here is the UKIE/GfK physical chart for the week ending August 4th:

Last Week This Week Title
1 1 Crash Bandicoot: N.Sane Trilogy
3 2 LEGO The Incredibles
5 3 Mario Kart 8: Deluxe
3 4 The Crew 2
7 5 Grand Theft Auto V
6 6 Call of Duty: WWII
4 7 God of War
13 8 Super Mario Odyssey
9 9 Jurassic World Evolution
10 10 Mario Tennis Aces

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Christopher Dring

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Chris is a 15-year games business veteran. He spent nine years at UK business weekly MCV, including five years as editor. He joined GI in 2016 and oversees editorial, sales and events worldwide. He is the architect behind Best Places To Work Awards and GI Live. And is a tiny bit obsessed with market data. He also writes for Doctor Who Magazine. Because Doctor Who is awesome.

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