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UK charts: MW3 holds to top spot despite ACR challenge

Monday, 21st November 2011 09:46 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Modern Warfare 3′s been able to keep atop of the UK charts for a second straight week, despite a sales decrease and a strong challenge from new entry Assassin’s Creed: Revelations.

The Activision shooter saw an 87 percent week-on-week decrease in sales, but still held off Ezio’s final chapter from the summit.

Skyrim dropped one spot to third, while Saints Row: The Third debuted at fourth, having beaten Saints Row 2′s 2008 launch by 43%.

More new releases included Halo Anniversary at sixth, Skyward Sword in seventh and Super Mario 3D Land at ninth.

There is, however, no spot for Need for Speed: The Run in the top ten, just missing out in 11th.

Get the full top ten for the week ending November 19 below. Last week’s data is here.

  1. Modern Warfare 3
  2. Assassin’s Creed: Revelations
  3. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  4. Saints Row: The Third
  5. FIFA 12
  6. Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary
  7. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
  8. Battlefield 3
  9. Super Mario 3D Land
  10. Just Dance 3

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  2. J.L

    Interesting note on NfS: The Run there – and battered by Halo Anniversary too. Let’s see if EA change their Need for Speed strategy in response.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. viralshag

    AC: Revs is pretty decent. I have been playing that a fair bit and I’m really enjoying it. There hasn’t been much of an improvement over Brotherhood and I wouldn’t even say that they have refined much. There are some little bugs and issues that really should be non-existent by now.

    But I’m a big AC fan. So I’m happy to just continue the story.

    #3 3 years ago
  4. aseddon130

    Im now very glad that i sold my cheapish copy of NFS The Run for SR the third, it’ll be worth pennies in no time.

    bit like NFS Shift. NFS needs to have a year or two off.

    #4 3 years ago