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This week’s all-format UK charts are here courtesy of Chart Track.

Despite entering the chart in fifth place last week, Codemasters’ GRID has surprisingly fallen out of the top twenty this week.

Nintendo’s racing juggernaut Mario Kart 8 Deluxe continues to enjoy amazingly strong sales and is up one place this week grabbing second place – only beaten out by EA Sport’s Fifa 20 which retains first place from last week.

Elsewhere in the racing genre, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled drops from 14th last week to 15th, while Forza Horizon 3 remains in the top twenty in 17th place (five places lower than last week).

You can view this week’s all-format UK charts below.

  • 1 FIFA 20

  • 2 MARIO KART 8 DELUXE

  • 3 TOM CLANCY’S GHOST RECON: BREAKPOINT

  • 4 THE WITCHER III: WILD HUNT GOTY EDITION

  • 5 RING FIT ADVENTURE

  • 6 MINECRAFT

  • 7 PLANTS VS ZOMBIES: BATTLE FOR NEIGHBORVILLE

  • 8 THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: LINK’S AWAKENING

  • 9 GRAND THEFT AUTO V

  • 10 BORDERLANDS 3

  • 11 OVERWATCH

  • 12 SUPER MARIO MAKER 2

  • 13 SEA OF THIEVES

  • 14 MINECRAFT: XBOX EDITION

  • 15 CRASH TEAM RACING NITRO-FUELED

  • 16 SUPER SMASH BROS. ULTIMATE

  • 17 FORZA HORIZON 3

  • 18 MINECRAFT: PLAYSTATION EDITION

  • 19 POKEMON: LET’S GO, PIKACHU!

  • 20 RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2

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Not that “surprisingly”, really. It’s been fairly roundly-panned by people who’ve spent any time with the online modes, while offline, people have been disappointed by the small number of well-worn Codemasters tracks (even though more are promised as free DLC) and unimaginative career mode.

Sounds like it’s been a bit of a rush job all round, with a surprising lack of understanding (actually, not that surprising from Codemsaters any more) of what Grid fans actually want to see in a new addition to the franchise.