After the release of the debut episode of the series based on The Last of Us, the demand for Naughty Dog games in the UK has skyrocketed, writes GamesIndustry. biz.
Last week, sales of The Last of Us Part (PS5) soared 238%, while The Last of Us Remastered (PS4) saw a 322% increase. This allowed them to rise to 20 and 32 places, respectively.
Given that the series will be released until March, The Last of Us is likely to remain in the charts for the coming months at least.
And the UK isn't the only market where sales of games in the series have been on the rise since the debut of the HBO show.
Nintendo's Fire Emblem Engage, a tactical role-playing game, confidently took first place in the fresh British weekly chart.
She had the second biggest physical launch in the series behind Fire Emblem: Three Houses. From the last novelty for Switch lagged behind by 30%.