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EA's adding a free World Cup mode to FIFA 18

With the arrival of this summer's World Cup tournament in Russia, Electronic Arts is veering from one of its soccer game mainstay. For the first time in 20 years, EA Sports won't release a dedicated World Cup game. Instead, EA plans to lau...

 
 
 
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No surprise at where God of War is sitting in the UK Charts

It's not as if we didn't see it coming. Sony's sombre father and son adventure, God of War, has handily strolled straight into the number one spot of the UK Charts. Sega also have reason to celebrate, as their roaming brawler Yakuza 6: The ...

 
 
 
 
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Eden's Gate gathers more converts in this week's UK Charts

This week's UK Charts saw very little change, with more than half of the Top Ten's entries maintaining their slot from last week. Leading the charge was Ubisoft's Far Cry 5, which is selling by the bucketful, EA's FIFA 18 and Microsoft's sw...

 
 
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Far Cry 5 leads the congregation in this week's UK Charts

Eden's Gate just got a helluva lot of new members, as Ubisoft's open-world shooter Far Cry 5 slammed straight into the number one spot of this week's UK charts. The Montana-based iteration is the fastest-selling Far Cry release to date.The ...

 
 
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Sea of Thieves breaks waves in huge UK Charts shakeup

In what is easily the biggest shakeup in months, the top four slots in the UK Charts were all captured by debuting titles last week, which forced their way into the big leagues.The string of successful debuts was led by Microsoft's seafarin...

 
 
 
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I don't know what to tell you about the UK Charts

The chart figures were late coming in this week, presumably due to the folks who gather the data having to check it over ten times out of disbelief. Rockstar's magnum-opus, Grand Theft Auto V, which isn't going away until GTAVI, is back in ...

 
 
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Nintendo Switch titles get a boost in this week's UK Charts

The status quo (your dad's favourite band) continues this week in the UK Charts, as EA's FIFA 18, Activision's Call of Duty: WWII and Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V remain a lock in the Top Three.A serious boost was given to some of the Swit...

 
 
 
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Kingdom Come and Bayonetta 2 make an impact in the UK Charts

Later than usual this week, but thanks for stopping by to check out the latest happenings in the UK Charts. 2018 continues to push forward, as some of last year's big titles start to peak, making way for new (and new-to-this-generation) vid...

 
 
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Shadow of the Colossus stomps into the top of the UK Charts

In a surprising move that almost made me spit out my morning coffee, the remake of Sony's cult classic Shadow of the Colossus has debuted at number one in the UK charts, knocking off Capcom's open-world juggernaut Monster Hunter: World.The ...

 
 
 
 
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Call of Duty: WWII returns to the top of the UK Charts

After last week saw near-five-year-old Grand Theft Auto V return to the top of the U.K. charts, the status quo was re-established this week and Activision's Call of Duty: WWII regained the number-one spot.Elsewhere in the Top Ten, advances ...

 
 
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2013's Grand Theft Auto V is back atop the UK Charts

Rockstar's crime-ridden magnum opus, Grand Theft Auto V, is back in the number one spot of the UK charts, some five years after its release. The open-world title shoved passed both Call of Duty: WWII and FIFA 18, both of which have held a m...

 
 
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FIFA 18 returns to the top of the UK Charts

Activision's extended run in the number one spot of the UK Charts came to an end this week, as Electronic Arts' FIFA 18 successfully regained the top spot, knocking off Call of Duty: WWII, which held the coveted position since early Novembe...

 
 
 
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What was the UK Chart's Christmas No.1?

In what's been a forgone conclusion for weeks, Activision's military-shooter Call of Duty: WWII fought back a bevy of contenders to lay claim to the Christmas #1 slot in the UK charts.The top three has been etched in stone for some time, wi...

 
 
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Call of Duty: WWII rules the UK charts for a fourth week

Call of Duty: WWII remains untouchable, as it sits confidently at the top of the UK charts for a fourth week. It seems likely that Activision's shooter will hold the top spot throughout December. EA's FIFA 18 has returned to second place, w...

 
 




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