The latest Top 10 PC charts have been revealed and as we can see, Age of Empires II: HD and SimCity are still the best selling titles on Steam’s digital and UK’s retail PC charts. Simcity is doing well, despite the controversy surrounding, and is followed by Football Manager 2013 and The Sims 3: University Life. World Of Warcraft: Mists Of Pandaria and Guild Wars 2 have managed to re-enter the charts, while Heart Of The Swarm has gained one place.
The HD Edition of Age of Empires II is also a profitable product as its still the best selling title on Steam, and we are pretty sure that Microsoft is glad with its sales. Portal 2 has re-enter the charts and is in the second place, followed by Defiance, Dead Island: Riptide and ArmA 3 Alpha. Company of Heroes 2 is in the sixth place, while Antichamber and Portal Bundle are in the seventh and eighth place, respectively. And in the last two places we find Skyrim and Far Cry 3.
Here are the complete charts. Enjoy!
Top 10 UK PC Retail Sales:
GfK/Chart-Track PC Top 10 (week ending April 20th):
1.) SIMCITY (EA GAMES) 2) FOOTBALL MANAGER 2013 (SEGA) 3) THE SIMS 3: UNIVERSITY LIFE (EA GAMES) 4.) THE SIMS 3 (EA GAMES) 5.) BIOSHOCK: INFINITE (2K GAMES) 6.) STARCRAFT 2: HEART OF THE SWARM (BLIZZARD) 7.) THE ELDER SCROLLS V: SKYRIM (BETHESDA) 8.) WORLD OF WARCRAFT: MISTS OF PANDARIA (BLIZZARD) 9.) GUILD WARS 2(NCSOFT EUROPE) 10.) TOMB RAIDER (SQUARE ENIX)
Steam Top 10 PC Charts:
1.) Age of Empires II HD 2.) Portal 2 3.) Defiance 4.) Dead Island: Riptide 5.) ArmA 3 Alpha 6.) Company of Heroes 2 7.) Antichamber 8.) Portal Bundle 9.) The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 10.) Far Cry 3
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