Physical Dying Light sales overtake The Order and Evolve in UK

Despite the download version launching a month ago.

In the world of physical game sales, Dying Light is a roaring success despite the download version launching a month ago.

There had been some concern that the delay of the release of the boxed retail version of Techland's zombie kill-'em-up would affect its sales. But it's already outdone two other high-profile games after just two weeks on sale.

UK sales company Chart-Track revealed today that Dying Light has already outsold PlayStation 4 exclusive The Order: 1886 (launched 20th February) and 2K Games 4v1 shooter Evolve (launched 10th February) after just two weeks on sale in shops - and with the download version going live weeks beforehand.

Dying Light is number one in the UK chart for a second week running. Grand Theft Auto 5, FIFA 15 and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare take the next three spots.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse drops two places to fifth. Minecraft: Xbox Edition is sixth. The Order falls three places to seventh. Rebellion's Zombie Army Trilogy enters the chart in eighth place. Evolve is down one place to nine. Minecraft PlayStation Edition rounds out the top 10.

Here's the top 10:

  1. Dying Light
  2. Grand Theft Auto 5
  3. FIFA 15
  4. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
  5. Dragon Ball Xenoverse
  6. Minecraft: Xbox Edition
  7. The Order: 1886
  8. Zombie Army Trilogy
  9. Evolve
  10. Minecraft PlayStation Edition

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