Sales charts for the last week are in and Ghost Reckon. Wildlands took the top spot once more. The top three also includes GTA V and FIFA 17.
Ubisoft's Ghost Reckon: Wildlands has topped the entertainment software sales chart for the fourth time since its launch. That's in total mind you, as it held the top spot for two weeks following its launch and then went back up to the first place during the last couple of weeks.
Grand Theft Auto V, the chart's mainstay, traded in its place at number three for a cosy seat right behind Wildlands at number two. The game's mod that was supposed to put Red Dead Redemption's map into GTA V, was cancelled recently after the development team had been "contacted" by Take Two. Red Dead Redemption V may not be happening, but RDR 2 is on its way .
Wildlands and GTA V are joined by EA's FIFA 17 in the top three.
Lego Worlds has seen a decrease in sales and fell down from the second place, to occupy the fourth spot on the list. Rocket League, on the other hand, did the opposite and climbed up from number eight to number five.
Horizon Zero Dawn cracked the top ten again last week and rose from number 11 to number six. Mass Effect Andromeda pulled a similar stunt, jumped from number 12 back into the top ten and landed square on the ninth spot. The patch fixing the dead eyes of the Andromeda crew certainly had something to do with a boost in sales.
Overwatch didn't do that well last week as Tracer and the gang fell from number four to number seven. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare landed at number eight. 26 April will see a worldwide reveal of the upcoming Call of Duty WWII , but some leaks have already dubbed 03 November as a release date.
Lastly, Breath of the Wild, previously at number nine, rounds off the top ten for the week ending on 22 April.
The top ten looks like this:
1 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands
2 Grand Theft Auto V
3 FIFA 17
4 Lego Worlds
5 Rocket League
6 Horion: Zero Dawn
8 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
9 Mass Effect: Andromeda
10 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild