Fall Guys has waddled and stumbled its way to a win on our latest Xbox Gameplay Chart, grabbing the crown before Fortnite:
Your eyes don't deceive you — our latest Xbox Gameplay Chart shows a new game in the top spot, with Fall Guys taking the crown just days after its free-to-play launch on Xbox.
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Fortnite has dropped to second to make room for Fall Guys, knocking down Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Minecraft, and Apex Legends.Rainbow Six Siege has just managed to jump into the top ten after it headlined last weekend's Free Play Days.Naraka: Bladepoint, meanwhile, makes its first appearance in the top 40 at 15th following its launch into Xbox Game Pass.Then on July 1st, F1 fans can finally get their hands on the next instalment in the F1 series, F1 22.FIFA 22 has leapt up nine places to 20th, after it too joined Xbox Game Pass last week.Xbox Game Pass additions usually see a boost after they join the service, but this seems to come along with a quick drop out of the top 40 of our Xbox Gameplay Chart.
This week, that's the fate of Assassin's Creed Origins, which has dropped eight places to 23rd.What a time to be alive, hey? From this page, you can view a game's achievement list if it's been released, subscribe to a game for news updates, add them to your wishlist, and even click through to the Microsoft Store to preorder or purchase.Likewise, Sniper Elite 5 has fallen nine spots to land at 26th.Then we have a slate of games falling down the chart, with only Star Wars Battlefront II managing to hold its own at 30th and Call of Duty: Black Ops III hopping up to 34th, before we see this week's sole reappearance: Weird West at 36th.Lastly, we have Grand Theft Auto V, which has just managed to cling onto this week's chart at 40th.Dinfna Hotel — Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One Chasing a potential lead, amateur journalist Roberto Leite Lopes travels to the St.Looking ahead, it'll be interesting to see where Fall Guys lands next week.
It's rare for new games to hold their spot in the top five for long, especially when going up against the likes of Fortnite and Minecraft, but Fallout has been a highly-anticipated game.It's also got a.Solve puzzles and scavenge for anything to stop their hunt as the past, present and future collide.
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Fall Guys hits 20 million players within days of going free-to-playFall Guys now has 20 million players. Developer Mediatonic hit the milestone without 48 hours of the colourful battle r… I played one game and won the crown. Uninstalled it then. I won the game. 20 million means it's dead, right? 20 million bots