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U.K. Sales Charts

GfK Chart Track offers the first new U.K. game sales charts of the new year. Both charts are pretty stable, with the full-price PC games chart featuring a slightly shuffled top five and the all platforms/all prices chart unchanged through number seven. This is noted in the summary:

It might be a new year, but there is very little change this week in the All Formats Chart with the Top 7 all non-movers.

'FIFA 14' (-48%) scores its 6th week at the top, matching its predecessor, which was also No1 this week last year. Compared to the same week last year, sales of 'FIFA 14' are 21% up versus 'FIFA 13', no doubt boosted by the new formats. 'Call of Duty: Ghosts' (-55%) remains at No2, selling 4,000 more units this week than 'Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag' (-50%) at No3. 'Grand Theft Auto V' (-64%) is currently the 4th biggest selling game ever in the UK and if sales remain strong it could well become the biggest selling game of all time within the next 3 months. The only changes to the Top 10 are 'Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition' (-42%) at No8 swapping places with 'Just Dance 2014' (-60%) at No9.

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