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77% of Tiny Tina UK launch sales were digital | UK digital cards

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands has taken the top spot in the UK digital charts, according to the latest GSD data.

The 2K Games title, which is a Borderlands spin-off, was a big digital seller, with 77% of launch sales through PSN and Xbox Live. 55% of the game’s digital sales were on Xbox, the rest on PlayStation. When we include physical sales, the PlayStation and Xbox versions were neck and neck. This is an unusual result, as typically PlayStation – with its larger install base – would command a higher share of sales. This may be the result of an unusually high number of PS5 exclusive releases in recent weeks, including Horizon Forbidden West, Gran Turismo 7, and Ghostwire Tokyo.

Ghostwire Tokyo and Kirby and the Forgotten Land were both new releases this week. In terms of physical sales, Kirby was the No. 1 game of the week. However, Bethesda and Nintendo do not share digital data. Therefore, these games do not appear in the download data.

Last week’s #1 GTA 5 drops to #4 this week after an 83% drop in digital sales. Meanwhile, GTA Online drops from #3 to #7.

Elden Ring continues to sell strongly and holds the #2 position.

Here’s the GSD UK Digital Top Ten (week ending March 26):

Position Title
1 Tiny Tina’s Wonderland (2K Games)
2 Elden Ring (Bandai Namco)
3 FIFA 22 (EA)
4 Grand Theft Auto 5 (Rockstar)
5 F1 2021 (EA)
6 WWE 2K22 (2K Games)
7 Grand Theft Auto Online (Rockstar)
8 Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (EA)
9 Gran Turismo 7 (Sony)
ten Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege (Ubisoft)

GSD digital data includes participating companies’ games sold via Steam, Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, Nintendo Eshop. Participating companies are Activision Blizzard, Bandai Namco, Big Ben Interactive, Capcom, Codemasters, Electronic Arts, Focus Home Interactive, Koch Media, Konami, Microids, Microsoft, Milestone, Paradox Interactive, Quantic Dream, Sega, Sony, Square Enix, Strelka , Take-Two, Ubisoft and Warner Bros. Nintendo and Bethesda are the notable absentees, alongside smaller studios.