Meanwhile, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 falls out of the top ten.

Last week saw Xenoblade Chronicles 3 take a tumble from its top spot after a record-breaking opening to fall into the 10th position on the UK charts, and this week has been no easier for Monolith Soft’s massive JRPG.

Slipping out of the top 10 completely, Xenoblade’s departure has left a gap which has interestingly been filled by Sega and Two Point Studios’ Two Point Campus. After a strong opening week across all consoles, Two Point Campus takes the number two spot on the UK charts this week — thanks in large part to the stellar Switch release which accounts for a huge 64% of the game’s sales. Here’s a look at the split across all consoles:

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