Fallout 4 has debuted atop the Australian charts.
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Whilst no numbers have been given, the publisher has revealed the title has claimed a new record.
Star Wars Battlefront has unsurprisingly topped the Japanese chart in its debut week.
The platform has just passed 30.2-million life time sales.
Koei Tecmo is looking to licensed titles as their latest 6-month results have fallen flat.
Profit has dipped across all of the company's major divisions.
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Star Wars Battlefront debuts in top spot becoming the largest Star Wars release in UK history.
Fallout 4 has debuted atop the Australian chart.
Phil Spencer has confirmed that the platform holder is not looking to expand backwards compatibility to include the original Xbox.
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2-million copies of the title have been reportedly sold on Steam alone.
Sony has outlined its own plans for backwards compatibility.
The event's prize pool has now hit $1.7-million dollars.
With a special Wii U premium pack bundle also available.
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