Ubisoft’s open-world shooter Ghost Recon Wildlands continues to perform well in the UK video game charts and has now claimed the number one spot for two weeks in a row.
As a result of Wildlands claiming top spot for a second week, Ubisoft are now the publisher with the most weeks at number one in the charts for 2017. For Honor is Ubisoft’s other title to have released this year and also spent two weeks at number one. Although with the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda just around the corner, it looks unlikely that Wildlands will be able to hold onto the top spot for a third week.
Elsewhere in the charts, the recently released LEGO Worlds enters at number two while Horizon: Zero Dawn drops down a place to third. Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V continues to sell extremely well despite being released several years ago and takes fourth. FIFA 17 is at number five.
However The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has fallen from fourth to sixth position, a drop of two places. The only other Switch title that was in the top ten last week was 1-2 Switch which has dropped eight places to number seventeen.
You can see the full UK Video Game Charts over at Chart-Track here.