Xbox Gameplay Chart: Undertale makes its first appearance after joining Xbox Game Pass – TrueAchievements

Our most current Xbox Gameplay Chart reveals indie hit Undertale already in the leading 30 after joining Xbox Game Pass, along with reappearances from Star Wars: Squadrons, Doom Eternal, and more. Overwatch has dropped a couple of places, coming in this week at 17th, while simply a little more down, Star Wars: Squadrons has actually currently come back in the chart at 22nd following its addition to Xbox Game Pass simply a couple of days back. Undertale has made its very first ever appearance on our Xbox Gameplay Chart at 27th., we have an excellent indication of when we can expect Fallout 76 to get new material, and maybe climb a little higher up the chart.This most current

chart likewise marks the first week where Cyberpunk 2077 hasn’t been in the leading 40. It’s been falling progressively over the last few charts, dropping last week to 37th, and has actually now fallen off the top 40 completely.

Our newest Xbox Gameplay Chart shows indie hit Undertale currently in the top 30 after signing up with Xbox Game Pass, along with reappearances from Star Wars: Squadrons, Doom Eternal, and more. Here is the leading 40 Xbox Gameplay Chart for the week ending March 21st, 2021.

Chart assembled using gameplay information from over 2.5 million active Xbox accounts. Chart info is copyright TrueGaming Network. For details on how the chart is calculated, click here.

There’s still no modification in the leading ten, other than for Fortnite and Minecraft swapping locations. Sea of Thieves has been buoyed up a few spaces to 15th, while Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has risen three places to 16th thanks to the start of the seasonal Ostara celebration. Valhalla’s first expansion, Wrath of the Druids, arrives in April, so it’s most likely Valhalla will see another boost as players return to attempt it out. Overwatch has actually dropped a couple of locations, being available in today at 17th, while simply a little further down, Star Wars: Squadrons has currently come back in the chart at 22nd following its addition to Xbox Game Pass just a couple of days earlier. Ark: Survival Evolved seems to be dropping, having actually fallen 2 places to 23rd, but it’s most likely we’ll see Ark recover when Part II of the Genesis DLC arrives in May. Dead by Daylight has likewise dropped a couple of places, but it will most likely be flourishing on the chart once again when the All-Kill chapter is launched.

Undertale has made its very first look on our Xbox Gameplay Chart at 27th. The indie feeling was just included a few days ago, and it’s possible we’ll see it increase further as more players get a possibility to get stuck in. Completing the leading 40 this week are two more reappearances, with Doom Eternal at 35th and Fallout 76 at 37th. Doom Eternal was probably boosted by the launch of Part Two of its Ancient Gods DLC, which added seven brand-new achievements to the video game. Fallout 76 tends to come back and disappear on from the top 40 every from time to time, but now that we’ve got the Fallout 76 2021 roadmap, we have an excellent indication of when we can expect Fallout 76 to get brand-new content, and possibly climb up a little bit greater up the chart.This newest

chart likewise marks the first week where Cyberpunk 2077 hasn’t remained in the leading 40. It’s been falling gradually over the last couple of charts, dropping last week to 37th, and has now fallen off the top 40 completely. We know Patch 1.2 will be getting here sometime quickly, and it’s possible Cyberpunk 2077 might make it back into the top 40 after a couple of updates have actually helped to improve the total experience. This week’s other disappearances are Minecraft Dungeons, Rogue Company, and Dirt 5. Looking ahead, we’ve still got several video games set to join Xbox Game Pass soon, consisting of Octopath Traveler. In terms of new releases, we’ve got Balan Wonderworld and It Takes Two launching later this month. Which do you believe could make it into the top 20 next? Let us know in the remarks!

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: