The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings on the top of the UK PC Charts

By on May 23, 2011

The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings entered the UK PC Charts and managed to top every other PC game. CD Projekt RED’s latest RPG is mind-blowing and every PC gamer should get it. It’s what Dragon Age 2 should have been. Adult, fun, huge with groundbreaking graphics, atmospheric with lively cities. To put it simple, this is one of the best story-driven RPG’s out there. You can view the entire Top10 UK PC Chart after the jump.

As always, The Sims is among the top sellers and we are impressed with those Crysis 2’s sales. Crytek’s FPS was criticized by a lot of PC gamers and was released two months ago, yet it still manages to drive profits. Microsoft’s and Lionhead Studios’ PC version of Fable 3 entered the Top 10 and is at the sixth place. On the other hand, Bethesda’s Brink – which was last week’s bestseller PC game – lost four places.

We should note that the chart is not counting digital sales, only retail sales.

GfK/Chart-Track PC Top 10 (week ending May 21):

  • 01. The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings – Namco
  • 02. The Sims: Medieval – EA
  • 03. Football Manager 2011 – Sega
  • 04. Crysis 2 – EA
  • 05. Brink – Bethesda
  • 06. Fable 3 – Microsoft
  • 07. The Sims 3 – EA
  • 08. Portal 2 – Valve
  • 09. Shogun 2: Total War – Sega
  • 10. Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood – Ubisoft


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