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UK Sales: Week 35, 2022 (Aug 29 - Sep 04)


Physical charts

Week 35

Announced earlier this year, the game is a complete rebuild of the 2013 PlayStation 3 hit, with updated contents and mechanics, additional content (including the acclaimed Left Behind DLC) and expanded accessibility options.

It sold around half the number of copies that Saints Row managed when it debuted at No.1 last week. That said, it's worth noting Volition's reboot launched on a Tuesday while The Last of Us took a more traditional Friday slot. And, as always, these are only accounting for physical sales.

Saints Row saw an 80% drop in sales compared to last week and falls to No.6.

The Last of Us: Part 1 was the biggest launch out of five new titles, as the industry's output ramps up in the run-up to Christmas.

Also debuting this week was Konami's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection at No.3, Frontier Developments' F1 Manager 2022 at No.4, THQ Nordic's Destroy All Humans! 2: Reprobed at No.16 and Bandai Namco's Lego Brawls at No.30.

PlayStation's Horizon: Forbidden West held onto No.2, despite a 46% drop in sales since lase week.

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Sales splits for TMNT: The Cowabunga Collection New


Switch - 55%
PS5 - 21%
PS4 - 14%
Xbox - 11%

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection also makes its debut this week in third place. It's a respectable start for Konami's latest collection of classic titles, but what's more impressive is its performance on Nintendo's console specifically; Switch sales made up more than half of total boxed sales at 55%. PlayStation 5 followed up with 21%, then PlayStation 4 at 14%, and finally Xbox at 11%.
GI.biz's full report on UK sales for August, 2022 New


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