Its been nine years since Crash Bandicoot had a proper game, and for a long time, many fans of the series thought the crazy marsupial’s adventures had finally died. However, the release of the remastered collection Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy proved that Crash could make a comeback, as it quickly dominated sales charts all over the world. In fact, according to a recent article from GamesIndustry.biz, the N. Sane Trilogy has stayed at No. 1 on the UK sales charts for four weeks in a row, a feat not accomplished since the release of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
The latest UK sales charts show that this is the fourth consecutive week in which the N. Sane Trilogy remains at the top, having only suffered a measly 1% drop in sales. This is also the sixth week total the collection has reached first place since it was released back in June.
The last game to last this long at No. 1 was also, coincidentally enough, another Activision title: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The shooter spent five consecutive weeks at the top of the sales charts from the end of 2016 to early 2017. Strangely enough, Infinite Warfare saw a 13% rise in sales this week, placing it in the 17th spot on the sales charts.
There haven’t been any new releases for consoles, so the rest of the sales chart is comprised of familiar and popular AAA games. Fallout 4 takes second place, followed by the ever-popular Grand Theft Auto V. After that, Dishonored 2 takes fourth, and Doom takes fifth. This line-up could face some major changes next week with the release of Agents of Mayhem, Volition’s Saturday-morning cartoon-inspired action-adventure game.