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U.K. Sales Charts

The Elder Scrolls Online maintains its elder number one status in the latest GFK Chart-Track's full-priced U.K. PC games chart. The top new(ish) entry on that chart is Metro Redux, which debuts at number seven. Metro Redux does better on the all platforms/all prices chart, as it lands in the top spot on that one, while Madden NFL 15 debuts at six. Here's the rundown of the new action:

Deep Silver/Koch Media celebrate their first No1 of the year.

It's their first since Saints Row IV took 4 weeks at No1 over weeks 34-37, 2013, thanks to 4A Games’ ‘Metro Redux’, bringing together definitive next-gen iterations of Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Activision’s ‘Diablo III Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition’ (-59%) drops to No2 and Sony’s ‘The Last of Us: Remastered’ (-21%) drops one place to No3.

Also down one place is EA’s ‘Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare’ at No4 (-10%) whilst Activision hold steady at No5 with ‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’ (+13%). The only other new entry within the Top 40 is EA’s ‘Madden NFL 15’ debuting at No6, one place higher than the debut postion of last year’s ‘Madden NFL 25’ (week 35-2013 for 360/PS3 versions – PS4/XO versions debuted later in the year).

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