Gfk UK chart data has revealed that Resident Evil Village and Mass Effect: Legendary Edition have both sold the lion’s share of copies on PS4 and PS5, as both games suffer week-on-week sales dips but continue to remain in the upper reaches of the charts.
First up, Resident Evil Village has managed to reclaim the summit of the UK boxed charts despite sales falling 61% week-on-week. Furthermore, 44% of all copies sold were on PS4 and 29% were attribute to PS5. That’s impressive impressive stuff.
Meanwhile, Mass Effect: Legendary Edition falls to third place with a 76% decline in sales, with a staggering 72% of copies sold on PS4 compared to 28% for Xbox One.
Resident Evil Village was released on PS5, PS4, PC, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One on May 7, 2021, and you can read our review here. Mass Effect: Legendary Edition launched on May 14, 2021, so read our verdict to see what we made of the BioWare compilation.
[Source – GI.biz]