The latest UK Software Sales Charts are in which puts Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War at number one. Last week’s champion Assassin’s Creed Valhalla moves down to 4th place. Watch Dogs Legion climbs three places from 10th to 7th. Fortnight’s latest offering enters the fray in 5th. GFK
CDPR posted a revised PC spec sheet for their upcoming Cyberpunk 2077. You will need a pretty beefy system if you’re wishing to play the game in 4K with RTX features enabled – the recommended is an RTX 3080. Thankfully though, the minimum requirements are surprisingly low for 1080p gaming
DecaGear is a new VR headset in development which aims to release in May 2021. However, it boasts some pretty neat features and could rival the HP Reverb in terms of viewing clarity with its 2160×2160 per eye displays. Whilst it’s easy to be somewhat sceptical of the claims made
Unsurprisingly, Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Valhalla beats all and tops the UK Software Sales Chart as a new entry amidst some stiff competition. Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War comes in 2nd and the PS4/5 exclusive Spider-Man Miles Morales in 3rd. Interestingly, other new entries such as SEGA’s Yakuza: Like
CDPR posted details of the next Cyberpunk 2077 Night City Wire episode, which airs next Thursday at 5pm GMT. Save the date. The game is still on-course to release on December 10th for consoles and PC.
Despite strong challenges from Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs Legion (which has slipped to 4th by the way), FIFA 21 remains top of the pile in the UK Software Sales Chart for another consecutive week. To be honest, we expected the Ubisoft’s game to fare much better than this, after a full
With the arrival of Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs Legion on October 29th, FIFA 21 still remains top of the pile in the UK Software Sales Chart. With more time to muster some sales this week, can Ubisoft’s open-world action game take the crown? GFK ENTERTAINMENT SOFTWARE CHARTS – All formats –