As with Project CARS last week, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood sold best at UK retail on the PlayStation 4 by some margin. According to Chart-Track, 67 per cent of physical copies were sold on Sony's system, compared to just 27 per cent on the Xbox One. The game debuted in second on the UK sales charts, despite it deploying digitally a week earlier.
Originally, publisher Bethesda had only planned to release a physical edition of the prequel on the PS4 and PC, but it added a Microsoft SKU at the last minute. While it's possible that that could have impacted sales, these kinds of splits are starting to become a common theme in Britain for multiformat titles. It'll be interesting to see how The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt fares – especially with Sony's rival having the co-marketing rights.