The UK’s Top Selling Game Of 2014 Was FIFA 15, At Least In Physical Copies Sold

It’s the first day of 2015 and what better time to look back at 2014? This time it’s all about the top entertainment products of last year that including things like Frozen, Sam Smith, Advanced Warfare, FIFA 15, and Guardians Of The Galaxy. Overall Frozen was the biggest seller of last year, reaching over four million copies of the film sold, while FIFA 15 was the biggest selling game of 2014 in the UK.

You may notice in the title I put at least physically because this chart doesn’t actually track digital sales, so that’s why juggernauts like Minecraft may not have appeared in the top 20. So while FIFA 15 sold the most physical copies in the UK it may be the case that others outsold it elsewhere. However there is no accurate data for that digital sales yet, so the chart below will have to do.

  1. Frozen – Disney (4,012,676 units sold)
  2. FIFA 15 – EA (2,663,296 units sold)
  3. Call of Duty: Advance Warfare – Activision Blizzard  (1,837,025 units sold)
  4. Ed Sheeran’s X – Warner Music (1,753,226 units sold)
  5. The Hobbit: The Desolution of Smaug – Warner Home Video (1,550,635 units sold)
  6. Grand Theft Auto V – Rockstar (1,341,472 units sold)
  7. Sam Smith’s In the Lonely Hour – Universal Music (1,296,295 units sold)
  8. The LEGO Movie – Warner Home Video (1,092,486 units sold)
  9. The Hunger Games – Catching Fire – Elevation Sales (1,078,911 units sold)
  10. Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie – Universal Pictures (1,056,960 units sold)
  11. Now That’s What I Call Music 89 – Sony Music/Universal Music (999,201 units sold)
  12. Guardians of the Galaxy – Walt Disney Studios (992,818 units sold)
  13. Frozen Soundtrack – Universal Music (974,067 units sold)
  14. Destiny – Activision Blizzard (937,235 units sold)
  15. Gravity – Warner Home Video (915, 355 units sold)
  16. The Wolf of Wall Street – Universal Pictures (888,621)
  17. The Inbetweeners 2 – Channel 4 DVD (849,859)
  18. Watch Dogs – Ubisoft (808,799)
  19. Now That’s What I Call Music 88 – Sony Music/Universal Music (728,683)
  20. George Ezra’s Wanted on Voyage – Sony Music –(704,069)

Source: MCV

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6 Comments

  1. Sam Smith is an awful singer, I want to smash something when I hear his voice :( How him and the Now CD’s have sold so many is beyond me, I’d love to know the people buying them, I assume 80% of them are women!
    COD isn’t fun for me or my friends anymore, there was a time and still is that we could play MW2 for hours straight. AW gets boring after 5 mins, I’ve turned of the PS4 so many times half way thru first match just so I can play MW2/3 or Blops 2.

    • No one cares u self harming cunt

    • I’d be more worried about Mrs Browns Boys being in the chart, utter claptrap!
      Ed Sheeran deserved a higher place, totally solid talent.
      Inbetweeners 1 was better than 2!

  2. I will be surprising to see the download chart. Games like destiny and minecraft will take top spots, well in my opinion anyway.

    • I don’t see any reason why destiny would have sold more digitally than Fifa, CoD etc. Minecraft would probably be at the top though.

  3. The bit that I find interesting is the GTA V placing – Is that all platforms combined? If so, then it’s done pretty well for a game released in 2013.

    If however that’s just next gen versions, then that’s even more impressive tbh.

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