PAL Charts - Week 10, 2019

Oct 25, 2017
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EMEAA:
Week 9, 2019 - All Formats Retail + Digital (Value)

Participating companies in the GSD charts (run by B2boost on behalf of ISFE) are Activision Blizzard, Bandai Namco, Capcom, Codemasters, EA, Focus Home Interactive, Koch Media, Microsoft, Milestone, Paradox, Sega, Sony, Square Enix, Ubisoft and Warner Bros.

Digital data includes games sold in Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kuwait Lebanon, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and UAE.

Physical data includes all games, but only those sold in Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Great Britain, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.



United Kingdom:
Week 10, 2019 - All Formats (Units)

Originally Posted by Chart-Track:

Devil May Cry 5 Enters at No1

12/Mar/2019

‘Devil May Cry 5’ (20,872) debuts at No1 this week and is the first in the franchise to reach No1 since the reboot ‘DmC’ back in week 3 2013.

‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ (5,980 / +3%) climbs three places to No2, while ‘Anthem’ (4,974 / -62%) falls from top spot to No4. The only other new game to make it in to the Top 40 is ‘Left Alive’ (947) from Square-Enix which sneaks in at No39.
01 (NE) DEVIL MAY CRY 5 (CAPCOM)
02 (05) RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2 (TAKE 2)
03 (08) MARIO KART 8 DELUXE (NINTENDO)
04 (01) ANTHEM (ELECTRONIC ARTS)
05 (02) FIFA 19 (ELECTRONIC ARTS)
06 (03) FAR CRY NEW DAWN (UBISOFT)
07 (04) THE LEGO MOVIE 2 VIDEOGAME (WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE)
08 (09) SUPER SMASH BROS. ULTIMATE (NINTENDO)
09 (07) METRO EXODUS (DEEP SILVER)
10 (11) GRAND THEFT AUTO V (TAKE 2)
11 (17) NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. U DELUXE (NINTENDO)
12 (12) RESIDENT EVIL 2 (CAPCOM)
13 (15) CRASH BANDICOOT N.SANE TRILOGY (ACTIVISION BLIZZARD)
14 (19) THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: BREATH OF THE WILD (NINTENDO)
15 (22) POKEMON: LET'S GO, PIKACHU! (NINTENDO)
16 (16) FORZA HORIZON 4 (MICROSOFT)
17 (14) SPYRO REIGNITED TRILOGY (ACTIVISION BLIZZARD)
18 (13) CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS 4 (ACTIVISION BLIZZARD)
19 (18) SUPER MARIO ODYSSEY (NINTENDO)
20 (23) KINGDOM HEARTS III (SQUARE ENIX EUROPE)
21 (06) DIRT RALLY 2.0 (CODEMASTERS)
22 (24) SUPER MARIO PARTY (NINTENDO)
23 (25) MARVEL'S SPIDER-MAN (SONY COMPUTER ENT.)
24 (26) MINECRAFT (NINTENDO)
25 (28) FORTNITE: DEEP FREEZE BUNDLE (WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE)
26 (27) WWE 2K19 (TAKE 2)
27 (10) TRIALS RISING: GOLD EDITION (UBISOFT)
28 (RE) THE LAST OF US: REMASTERED (SONY COMPUTER ENT.)
29 (RE) DIABLO III: ETERNAL COLLECTION (ACTIVISION BLIZZARD)
30 (34) NBA 2K19 (TAKE 2)
31 (39) LEGO HARRY POTTER COLLECTION (WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE)
32 (35) SPLATOON 2 (NINTENDO)
33 (40) LEGO MARVEL SUPER HEROES 2 (WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE)
34 (31) JUST DANCE 2019 (UBISOFT)
35 (32) POKEMON: LET'S GO, EEVEE! (NINTENDO)
36 (20) ASSASSIN'S CREED ODYSSEY (UBISOFT)
37 (29) ROCKET LEAGUE: COLLECTORS EDITION (WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE)
38 (RE) TOM CLANCY'S THE DIVISION (UBISOFT)
39 (NE) LEFT ALIVE (SQUARE ENIX EUROPE)
40 (36) LEGO THE INCREDIBLES (WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE)

Week 10, 2019 - Individual Formats (Units)

01 (NE) PS4 DEVIL MAY CRY 5 (CAPCOM)
02 (03) NSW MARIO KART 8 DELUXE (NINTENDO)
03 (04) PS4 RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2 (TAKE 2)
04 (NE) XBO DEVIL MAY CRY 5 (CAPCOM)
05 (07) NSW SUPER SMASH BROS. ULTIMATE (NINTENDO)
06 (05) PS4 FIFA 19 (ELECTRONIC ARTS)
07 (11) NSW NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. U DELUXE (NINTENDO)
08 (06) PS4 FAR CRY NEW DAWN (UBISOFT)
09 (02) XBO ANTHEM (ELECTRONIC ARTS)
10 (08) PS4 THE LEGO MOVIE 2 VIDEOGAME (WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE)
11 (01) PS4 ANTHEM (ELECTRONIC ARTS)
12 (17) NSW THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: BREATH OF THE WILD (NINTENDO)
13 (23) NSW POKEMON: LET'S GO, PIKACHU! (NINTENDO)
14 (10) XBO FORZA HORIZON 4 (MICROSOFT)
15 (15) PS4 RESIDENT EVIL 2 (CAPCOM)
16 (16) NSW SUPER MARIO ODYSSEY (NINTENDO)
17 (13) XBO FAR CRY NEW DAWN (UBISOFT)
18 (14) XBO THE LEGO MOVIE 2 VIDEOGAME (WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE)
19 (21) PS4 GRAND THEFT AUTO V (TAKE 2)
20 (12) PS4 METRO EXODUS (DEEP SILVER)
21 (25) NSW SUPER MARIO PARTY 8NINTENDO)
22 (27) PS4 MARVEL'S SPIDER-MAN (SONY COMPUTER ENT.)
23 (30) NSW MINECRAFT (NINTENDO)
24 (18) XBO METRO EXODUS (DEEP SILVER)
25 (33) PS4 KINGDOM HEARTS III (SQUARE ENIX EUROPE)
26 (22) PS4 SPYRO REIGNITED TRILOGY (ACTIVISION BLIZZARD)
27 (35) XBO RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2 (TAKE 2)
28 (32) XBO GRAND THEFT AUTO V (TAKE 2)
29 (RE) PS4 THE LAST OF US: REMASTERED (SONY COMPUTER ENT.)
30 (24) PS4 CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS 4 (ACTIVISION BLIZZARD)
31 (RE) NSW DIABLO III: ETERNAL COLLECTION (ACTIVISION BLIZZARD)
32 (38) NSW SPLATOON 2 (NINTENDO)
33 (RE) NSW CRASH BANDICOOT N.SANE TRILOGY (ACTIVISION BLIZZARD)
34 (09) PS4 DIRT RALLY 2.0 (CODEMASTERS)
35 (34) NSW POKEMON: LET'S GO, EEVEE! (NINTENDO)
36 (NE) PS4 LEFT ALIVE (SQUARE ENIX EUROPE)
37 (20) XBO FIFA 19 (ELECTRONIC ARTS)
38 (39) XBO CRASH BANDICOOT N.SANE TRILOGY (ACTIVISION BLIZZARD)
39 (RE) PS4 MINECRAFT: PLAYSTATION EDITION (SONY COMPUTER ENT.)
40 (RE) NSW MARIO + RABBIDS KINGDOM BATTLE (UBISOFT)



France:
Week 9, 2019 - Individual Formats (Value)


01 (02) NSW NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. U DELUXE (NINTENDO)
02 (04) NSW MARIO KART 8 DELUXE (NINTENDO)
03 (01) PS4 ANTHEM (ELECTRONIC ARTS)
04 (RE) NSW SUPER SMASH BROS. ULTIMATE (NINTENDO)
05 (RE) NSW SUPER MARIO PARTY (NINTENDO)



Germany:
February 2019 - All Formats (Units)


01 (NE) FAR CRY NEW DAWN (UBISOFT)
02 (01) NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. U DELUXE (NINTENDO)
03 (NE) METRO EXODUS (DEEP SILVER)
04 (NE) ANTHEM (ELECTRONIC ARTS)
05 (04) FIFA 19 (ELECTRONIC ARTS)
06 (NE) JUMP FORCE (BANDAI NAMCO ENTERTAINMENT)
07 (02) RESIDENT EVIL 2 (CAPCOM)
08 (07) RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2 (TAKE 2)
09 (10) SUPER SMASH BROS. ULTIMATE (NINTENDO)
10 (05) MARIO KART 8 DELUXE (NINTENDO)
11 (03) KINGDOM HEARTS III (SQUARE ENIX EUROPE)
12 (20) MINECRAFT (MICROSOFT / NINTENDO / SONY COMPUTER ENT.)
13 (17) FALLOUT 76 (BETHESDA SOFTWORKS)
14 (06) SUPER MARIO ODYSSEY (NINTENDO)
15 (11) GRAND THEFT AUTO V (TAKE 2)
16 (08) BATTLEFIELD V (ELECTRONIC ARTS)
17 (12) ASSASSIN'S CREED ODYSSEY (UBISOFT)
18 (15) THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: BREATH OF THE WILD (NINTENDO)
19 (14) POKEMON: LET'S GO, PIKACHU! (NINTENDO)
20 (13) FARMING SIMULATOR 19 (FOCUS HOME INTERACTIVE)

Week 10, 2019 - GfK Entertainment Press Note



Italy:
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Switzerland:
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Australia:
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New Zealand:
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Spain:
February 2019 - Individual Formats Retail (Units)

01 (NE) PS4 KINGDOM HEARTS III (SQUARE ENIX EUROPE)
02 (NE) PS4 RESIDENT EVIL 2 (CAPCOM)
03 (02) PS4 RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2 (TAKE 2)
04 (05) PS4 GRAND THEFT AUTO V (TAKE 2)
05 (NE) PS4 JUMP FORCE (BANDAI NAMCO ENTERTAINMENT)
06 (01) PS4 FIFA 19 (ELECTRONIC ARTS)
07 (RE) PS4 KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 + 2.5 REMIX (SQUARE ENIX EUROPE)
08 (06) NSW NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. U DELUXE (NINTENDO)
09 (NE) PS4 FAR CRY NEW DAWN (UBISOFT)
10 (NE) PS4 ANTHEM (ELECTRONIC ARTS)


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Oct 28, 2017
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I just want to say that I forgot that Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn came out last week like every single living person in the entire world did so I only bought it this week so you can be assured that it sold at least 1 copy for next week's chart. Doing my part here.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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Spain:
Week 10, 2019 - All Formats (Units)
Source: Vandal.net

01 (NE) PS4 Devil May Cry 5 - 7,600 / NEW
02 (07) NSW Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - 1,800 / 360,800
03 (05) PS4 Grand Theft Auto V - 1,700 / 905,700
04 (01) PS4 FIFA 19 - 1,600 / 612,600
05 (08) PS4 Red Dead Redemption 2 - 1,600 / 395,100

XX (NE) XBO Devil May Cry 5 - 1,300 / NEW
XX (NE) 3DS Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn - 380 / NEW
XX (NE) PS4 Left Alive - 350 / NEW
XX (NE) PC Devil May Cry 5 - 300 / NEW



Hardware
NSW: 3,200
PS4: 2,900
XBO: 390
 
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Oct 25, 2017
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Spain:
Week 10, 2019 - All Formats (Units)
Source: Vandal.net

01 (NE) PS4 Devil May Cry 5 - 7,600 / NEW
02 (07) NSW Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - 1,800 / 360,800
03 (05) PS4 Grand Theft Auto V - 1,700 / 905,700
04 (01) PS4 FIFA 19 - 1,600 / 612,600
05 (08) PS4 Red Dead Redemption 2 - 1,600 / 395,100

XX (NE) XBO Devil May Cry 5 - 1,300 / NEW
XX (NE) 3DS Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn - 380 / NEW
XX (NE) PS4 Left Alive - 350 / NEW
XX (NE) PC Devil May Cry 5 - 300 / NEW



Hardware
NSW: 3,200
PS4: 2,900
XBO: 390
Thanks tolkir for the data :D

GTAV is now above RDR2 :p

Not a bad split for the X1 version of DMCV !
 
Oct 29, 2017
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#18
Actually, I don't feel the comparison between both Capcom games is so inappropiate. Both series never had the same kind of reach, at least since RE action games took it to a new level. What I wonder now is, aside of internal expectations, what's the budget for these two games, and whether it is comparable or not.

If they cost a similar amount to make, I'd say it was Capcom who did an unrealistic thing.
 
Oct 26, 2017
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Lake Titicaca
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Before MHW Resident Evil was by far Capcom's most popular series. DMC5 never ever had a chance of outselling it. DMC5's lifetime sales probably wont exceed Remake 2's first shipment.

The way you are framing the comparison is not realistic
I never suggested it had a chance of outselling RE2. I'm making the comparison in relative to sales expectations. Both games are wholly representative of a publisher listening to its fanbases' demands and giving them what they want. REmake 2, not even a mainline entry but a remake that eschews the action-heavy fare of 5 and 6 in favour of the slow-burn horror of 7, appears to be performing according to or even beyond what Capcom expects of it. DMCV on the other hand is the direct sequel to the best-selling installment in a franchise that completely glosses over the polarising reboot that the vast majority of veteran fans didn't even ask for. It's a big deal. Not as much as a AAA Resi game, but a big deal nonetheless, and based on what the UK, Spain and Japan markets are telling us so far, it's performing below expectations.

That's like saying that Zelda is not success because Mario Kart is selling better.

The genre and historical sales of a franchise is vital to determine its selling potential.
That's a nonsensical comparison to make since BotW has performed beyond expectations, whereas Mario Kart 8 - an entry in one of the biggest franchises of all time - is performing as well as one would expect it to, so no one would ever say that Zelda isn't a success in the first place.

And I'm not sure Bayonetta 2 is a sound comparison either. Same genre sure, but far lower in budget and the very definition of 'niche' in a franchise that generally has flopped commercially.

But yes, if Bayonetta 2 had a better first week than DMCV then that rings some alarm bells.
 
Oct 25, 2017
6,956
#27
I never suggested it had a chance of outselling RE2. I'm making the comparison in relative to sales expectations. Both games are wholly representative of a publisher listening to its fanbases' demands and giving them what they want. REmake 2, not even a mainline entry but a remake that eschews the action-heavy fare of 5 and 6 in favour of the slow-burn horror of 7, appears to be performing according to or even beyond what Capcom expects of it. DMCV on the other hand is the direct sequel to the best-selling installment in a franchise that completely glosses over the polarising reboot that the vast majority of veteran fans didn't even ask for. It's a big deal. Not as much as a AAA Resi game, but a big deal nonetheless, and based on what the UK, Spain and Japan markets are telling us so far, it's performing below expectations.



That's a nonsensical comparison to make since BotW has performed beyond expectations, whereas Mario Kart 8 - an entry in one of the biggest franchises of all time - is performing as well as one would expect it to, so no one would ever say that Zelda isn't a success in the first place.

And I'm not sure Bayonetta 2 is a sound comparison either. Same genre sure, but far lower in budget and the very definition of 'niche' in a franchise that generally has flopped commercially.

But yes, if Bayonetta 2 had a better first week than DMCV then that rings some alarm bells.
Then you agree with me :p It would be better to compare DMCV with past entries rather than RE2.
 

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Oct 25, 2017
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I never suggested it had a chance of outselling RE2. I'm making the comparison in relative to sales expectations. Both games are wholly representative of a publisher listening to its fanbases' demands and giving them what they want. REmake 2, not even a mainline entry but a remake that eschews the action-heavy fare of 5 and 6 in favour of the slow-burn horror of 7, appears to be performing according to or even beyond what Capcom expects of it. DMCV on the other hand is the direct sequel to the best-selling installment in a franchise that completely glosses over the polarising reboot that the vast majority of veteran fans didn't even ask for. It's a big deal. Not as much as a AAA Resi game, but a big deal nonetheless, and based on what the UK, Spain and Japan markets are telling us so far, it's performing below expectations.
Their expectations aren't public, so it makes no sense to assume it's doing above or below anything.

EDIT: I'm getting RE7 deja vu with DMC5. Capcom was happy with RE7's performance early on, but many observers on both this forum and its predecessor were quick to jump to conclusions.
 
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Dec 28, 2017
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DMC V will need to be carried heavily by the US.

Regardless, what we're seeing is these games just aren't that popular. Not that they don't sell well but seems like the ceiling isn't super high for stylish action unless you count GoW, even then the game sold way more when they slowed down the combat
 
Oct 27, 2017
8,017
#39
I'm hoping DMC5 getting cracked/leaked Day 1 doesn't have too much impact on PC sales.
Sales have potentially been affected. Hard to say. SteamSpy pegs sales at 200-500k currently, which isn't bad. And it's still ranking okay-ish on the Steam top sellers. If it weren't cracked it might be doing better, though.

People on Reddit and social media keep parroting that the game supposedly sold 3 million copies which is patently untrue. To my annoyance, sensible discussion of DMC 5's sales have been undermined by people who only care about making DMC 5 look good and DmC 2013 look bad. It's crazy how ANGRY some people are about the latter game.