F1 remains at 1 in 2021 UK • Eurogamer.pt

F1 remains at 1 in 2021 UK • Eurogamer.pt

With no major high-profile releases, the list of best-selling games in UK brick-and-mortar stores remains the same as last week, including the top 2 spots.

Codemasters and EA’s F1 2021 are at No. 1 again, taking advantage of the thrill of the latest race to excite players, but you’ll have a hard time recreating the frantic battle between Alonso and Boss in Hungary while Skyward Sword HD remains the spearhead Nintendo Switch offensive in Hungary that is felt in the UK.

HD Remaster is the second best-selling game and the first game on the list that includes 3 Nintendo Switch exclusives. Nintendo is actually the best publisher in the UK with 3 games on the list, followed by EA 2 games, while the remaining 5 places 5 different publishers, Xbox Game Studios, Take-Two Interactive, Sony Interactive Entertainment, SEGA and Related to Square. Enix. Half of the table is made up of games developed in Japan.

NEO: The World Ends With You is the only debut in the top 10 and is ranked right last.

Here are the best selling games:

  1. F1 2021
  2. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD
  3. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
  4. Animal Crossing: New Horizons
  5. Minecraft (Switch)
  6. Grand Theft Auto V
  7. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales
  8. Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Official video game
  9. fifa 21
  10. NEO: The world ends with you

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