Entertainment software sales chart for the week ending on 01 July looks kind of fresh. The top ten now features three new additions: the long awaited Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, the little racer Micro Machines World Series and a space adventure that is now available for PlayStation 4 - Elite: Dangerous.
The first place on the last week's sales chart went to Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, for obvious reasons. Vicarious Visions did an amazing job bringing the 90s game into 2017.
Debuting in second place is Codemasters' Micro Machines World Series. The game is experiencing some negative reviews over on Steam . Last week's number one is back at its usual third place. Grand Theft Auto V is still a part of Steam's summer sale at 50 percent off, but the controversy surrounding Take Two's shutdown of Open IV rages on.
Forza Horizon 3 has enjoyed quite a leap from number 9 all the way up to number 4 last week. Fifa 17 took a couple of steps back and now sits at number 5. Overwatch is steady at number 6.
The third title to debut in the last week's top 10 is Elite: Dangerous. The game is currently at number 7. Three years after its PC debut, Elite: Dangerous has now become available for PlayStation 4.
Even though Mario Kart 8 Deluxe got a substantial update last week, it still dropped from number 5 to number 8. Dirt 4 took an even bigger hit and traded in its second spot for a place at number 9. Rocket League got a free Rick and Morty content update and moved from number 11 back into the top 10.
The top ten looks like this:
1. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
2. Micro Machines World Series
3. Grand Theft Auto V
4. Forza Horizon 3
5. Fifa 17
7. Elite: Dangerous
8. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
9. Dirt 4
10. Rocket League