Space odyssey sequel Destiny 2 made an explosive debut in the UK last week, planting itself firmly into the number one spot, pushing out Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, which now sits in second place.
It's hardly surprising really, not only is Destiny 2 quite the hyped release for a lot of people, but it also has numbers on its side, being currently available on two formats. Forza Horizon 3 made a stunning return, climbing back into third position, whilst the Bethesda triple-threat of Fallout 4, Doom and Dishonored 2 still refuses to go away.
Both Knack II and Monster Hunter Stories failed to crack the Top Ten, launching at number 12 and number 21 respectively. Mario & Rabbids, as with other recent Switch releases in the country, has peaked after just one week, dropping from number 2 to number 10. Many great debuts from last week, such as Everybody's Golf and Yakuza: Kiwami have already dropped out of the top ten entirely.
On behalf of the entire nation I happen to reside in, I apologise.
U.K. video game sales chart w/e: September 9 2017 (Chart reflects in-store sales only)
1. Destiny 2 -Activision Blizzard 2. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy - Sony Entertainment 3. Forza Horizon 3 -Microsoft 4. Grand Theft Auto V -Take 2 5. Fallout 4 -Bethesda 6. Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy -Activision Blizzard 7. F1 2017 - Codemasters 8. Dishonored 2 - Bethesda 9. Doom - Bethesda 10. Mario & Rabbids Kingdom Battle -Ubisoft