A new week also means that there are new charts and that probably means we have something to report on Battlefield 1 . And surprise: that’s exactly the case! Despite fierce competition from the releases of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, Titanfall 2, or Farming Simulator 17 (no joke – it’s really popular!) , Battlefield 1 was at the top of the charts. After the launch week, which saw more games being sold than Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline together in their first week together, this is the next positive news.
Perhaps even more exciting: While both Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4 saw 54 percent slump after the launch week, Battlefield 1 beats much better, losing just 39 percent. Less pretty: Titanfall 2 makes it to fourth place in the starting week. The fear that the release date directly after Battlefield 1 could be a problem has unfortunately been confirmed.