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Watch Dogs: Legion knocks down FIFA 21 | UK Digital Charts

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch on Switch makes No.3

Watch Dogs: Legion was the most downloaded game in the UK last week, knocking FIFA 21 down to No.2.

The Ubisoft open world game sold comfortably more digitally than it did physically. Earlier in the week, we revealed Watch Dogs: Legion couldn't topple FIFA 21 in terms of physical unit sales, yet if we combine the two the game narrowly overtook FIFA to claim the top spot overall.

Also new in the charts this week is Supermassive Games' latest in The Dark Pictures series - Little Hope. The game reached No.4, and was significantly bigger as a download than it was a physical release. In the GfK boxed charts, the game debuted at No.9.

At No.3, we have the return of Level-5's Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. The game has returned to the charts because of its success on the Nintendo Switch, where it was reduced in price by 84% (down to just £7.99).

Here is the GSD UK Digital Charts for the week ending October 30th:

Last Week This Week Title
New Entry 1 Watch Dogs: Legion
1 2 FIFA 21
Re-Entry 3 Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
New Entry 4 The Dark Pictures: Little Hope
2 5 Grand Theft Auto 5
Re-Entry 6 Little Nightmares
4 7 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege
8 8 Star Wars Squadrons
Re-Entry 9 The Outer Worlds
Re-Entry 10 Far Cry 5

Digital data includes games from participating companies sold via Steam, Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, Nintendo Eshop. Participating companies are Activision Blizzard, Anuman, Bandai Namco, Capcom, Codemasters, Electronic Arts, Focus Home Interactive, Koch Media, Microsoft, Milestone, Nacon, Paradox Interactive, Sega, Sony, Square Enix, Take-Two, THQ Nordic, Ubisoft and Warner Bros.

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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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