Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy is one more week the number 1 in sales in the UK.
It is the third week in a row since it was released on Xbox One and Switch in physical format. The Xbox One edition is doing better in this market than the Switch edition, although the position is reversed in the European market as a whole.
It is followed by LEGO The Incredibles, which achieves a good but not the best result of a LEGO title. It has ranked below LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 but above LEGO Ninjago: The Movie.
A short distance behind is Octopath Traveler, which has nearly doubled the outbound sales of Bravely Default and more than doubled the sales of the sequel Bravely Second. Although it hasn’t been No. 1 in sales, Octopath is No. 1 in revenue for the week, as it has a higher starting price than the two games that top it on the chart.
In fourth place is the relaunch of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on Switch and Nintendo 3DS. The cast has been clearly positive for the Switch version, which accounts for 93% of sales, compared to 7% for Nintendo 3DS.
Outside of the Top 10 there is only one novelty: the RPG Shining Resonance Refrain in 27th place.
This is the Top 10 for the week, with the previous week’s position in parentheses: