Dead Island seems to still be the top choice of PC gamers, as it managed to remain at the first place of Steam’s weekly charts. F1 2011 that was released this week can be spotted at the third place, while Fallout: New Vegas’ latest DLC is at the second place. On the other hand, both Red Orchestra 2 and Deus Ex: Human Revolution lost four and three places respectively and Warhammer 40K: Space Marine – that was at the third place in the previous charts – is nowhere to be found.
Regarding the retail sales, F1 2011 gained the first place and Space Marine – that was absent from Steam’s sales – can be spotted at the third place. Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Red Orchestra 2 are following and as always, The Sims 3 series and Football Manager 2011 are among the top 10 best selling games.
Top 10 UK PC Retail Sales:
GfK/Chart-Track PC Top 10 (week ending September 25th):
01. F1 2011 (Codemasters) 02. The Sims 3 (EA) 03. Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine (THQ) 04. The Sims 3: Generations (EA) 05. Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Square Enix) 06. Football Manager 2011 (Sega) 07. Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad 08. The Sims 3: Late Night (EA) 09. The Sims Medieval (EA) 10. World of Warcraft: Cataclysm (Blizzard)
Steam Top 10 PC Charts:
1.) Dead Island 2.) Fallout New Vegas: Lonesome Road 3.) F1 2011 4.) Total War: Shogun 2 5.) Magicka Collection 6.) Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad 7.) Deus Ex: Human Revolution 8.) Company of Heroes Complete Pack 9.) Total War Mega Pack 10.) The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Digital Premium Edition
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