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Star Wars light years ahead in UK’s first digital PC chart

An early indicator of the insight the new chart should have once the beta period closes out.

The all new UK PC digital download chart is still in it’s infancy.  UKIE, the company compiling the chart data, have around a 40% coverage of all digital PC sales at this point but hope to expand that as more publishers come on-stream.   Sam Collins, the current UKIE commercial manager, said “The members of the UKIE digital group have invested considerable time and effort into this project and I am very happy that their support is now being rewarded. The big challenges now are to bring more companies in to the project to make it truly representative of the market and to expand the platforms covered. In order to do this we need to work with more companies. The door is open please come and talk to UKIE about how to get involved.”

So with luck this will continue to grow but for now, congrats to Star Wars.

UK PC Download Chart: Full Game January 2012
1.    Star Wars: The Old Republic – EA
2.    From Dust – Ubisoft
3.    Bastion – Warner Bros
4.    Battlefield 3 – EA
5.    Batman: Arkham City – Warner Bros
6.    Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Standard Edition) – Square Enix
7.    Anno 2070 – Ubisoft
8.    Assassin’s Creed 2 (Collector’s Edition) – Ubisoft
9.    Assassin’s Creed Revelations – Ubisoft
10.    Hitman Collection – Square Enix
11.    Anno 2070 (Collector’s Edition) – Ubisoft
12.    Assassin’s Creed – Ubisoft
13.    The Sims 3 – EA
14.    FEAR 3 – Warner Bros
15.    R.U.S.E. – Ubisoft
16.    Dark Messiah of Might and Magic – Ubisoft
17.    Hitman: Blood Money – Square Enix
18.    Heroes of Might & Magic 6 – Ubisoft
19.    Batman Arkham Asylum  (Game of the Year) – Warner Bros
20.    LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 – Warner Bros


Source: MCV

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