The Elder Scrolls Online & Divinity: Original Sin Were This Week’s Best Selling PC Games

Seems Bethesda and Larian Studios will be really pleased with the latest PC charts as The Elder Scrolls Online and Divinity: Original Sing were the best selling PC games in UK and Steam, respectively.

As we can see, Bethesda’s online title based on the Elder Scrolls series is doing quite well in UK. The Elder Scrolls Online is followed by The Sims 3: Starter Bundle, Wolfenstein: The New Order and Rome: Total War II. In fifth place we find Battlefield 4, followed by Diablo III, Titanfall, Diablo III: Reaper of Souls, Wildstar and The Elder Scrolls: Anthology.

As always, Steam’s charts are completely different than those witnessed in UK PC retail land. Divinity: Original Sin is the best Steam title, followed by Dark Souls 2: Season Pass and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Legendary Edition. The standalone version of DayZ can be found in fourth place, whereas Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Planet Explorers are in fifth and sixth place, respectively. Dead Island Franchise Pack is in seventh place, followed by Dungeon Defenders Eternity, The Forest and The Elder Scrolls Online.

Here are the complete charts:

UK PC Charts [July 26th, 2014]

1. THE ELDER SCROLLS ONLINE
2. THE SIMS 3: STARTER BUNDLE
3. WOLFENSTEIN: THE NEW ORDER
4. ROME: TOTAL WAR II
5. BATTLEFIELD 4
6. DIABLO III
7. TITANFALL
8. DIABLO III: REAPER OF SOULS
9. WILDSTAR
10. THE ELDER SCROLLS: ANTHOLOGY

Steam Charts:

1. Divinity: Original Sin
2. Dark Souls II – Season Pass
3. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Legendary Edition
4. DayZ
5. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
6. Planet Explorers
7. Dead Island Franchise Pack
8. Dungeon Defenders Eternity
9. The Forest
10. The Elder Scrolls Online

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