Also heading the cross-platform charts, The Last of Us Remastered brings Naughty Dog’s highly acclaimed tour de force straight back to the top spot
Naughty Dog’s PS3-defining third person survival adventure looks set for a repeat performance on PS4 after going straight to the top of the UK PS4 game charts this week.The graphically upgraded, next-gen port of the adventures of Joel and Ellie debuts at number one displacing Ubisoft’s triumphant AAA action title Watch_Dogs to the number 2 slot.
Still holding on behind the top two, Call of Duty: Ghosts is sitting pretty at number 3 with the top five reshuffle forcing last week’s number 2 climber FIFA 14 back down the number 5. Enjoying a bounce-back, CoD: Ghosts’ FPS rival, Battlefield 4 climbs three places to number 4.
Unmoved from last week EA Sports UFC and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag hold onto their respective 6th and 10th places.
Former number 1 maverick, Sniper Elite III falls two places to number 7 and Machine Games’ Wolfenstein sequel loses 4 places sitting at number 8 this week.
Making a comeback to the top ten, Need For Speed: Rivals sees new found interest climbing back up to number 9 from last weeks number 13 slot.
- The Last of Us Remastered
- Call of Duty: Ghosts
- Battlefield 4
- FIFA 14
- EA Sports UFC
- Sniper Elite III
- Wolfenstein: The New Order
- Need for Speed: Rivals
- Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
With the current summer slow down The Last of Us Remastered could enjoy a fairly long stint at the top spot. Potential charters that could stir things up this month are Metro Redux and Blizzard’s Diablo III. Also noteworthy in August is the arrival of Minecraft on PS4,
How do you think The Last of Us Remastered will fare now it has stormed to the top spot?