Our top ten are as soon as again mostly declining to budge, with only Fortnite and Apex Legends changing locations at 4th and 5th. Further down, we see Overwatch bouncing up 4 places to 16th after the start of its anniversary occasion, with Knockout City simply below at 18th. Knockout City just released into Xbox Game Pass recently, and is still taking pleasure in a 10 day free trial, so it’s possible it may hop further up the chart next week.
Today’s Xbox Gameplay Chart reveals Mass Effect Legendary Edition beginning its upwards climb, moving from 22nd to 19th, while both Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Resident Evil Village seem on a downwards slide, probably as players end up with Valhalla’s Wrath of the Druids DLC. Resident Evil Village has actually been out for over three weeks, so it’s possible a number of gamers have already completed it and moved onto something else. If you’re one of those who have recently finished up with Village and are looking for something similar, take a look at our list of 15 upcoming Xbox scary games to scratch that post-Resident Evil itch.
SnowRunner is making its first appearance at 22nd following its addition to Xbox Game Pass last week, while Rust: Console Edition makes its launching appearance at 26th after launching just 3 days back. After Smite at 28th, it’s a downwards slide until Just Cause 4, which is hanging grimly on at 36th. Today’s leading 40 is rounded out with Warframe, which has come back at 40th. Today’s disappearances are Second Extinction, the Destroy all Humans! remake, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, and Steep. Looking ahead, we have Biomutant, which releases tomorrow– check out our Biomutant evaluation to see what we thought– with Chivalry 2 to arrive in June, along with any other surprise Xbox Game Pass statements between now and then. What do you anticipate to see in the top 20 next? Will Knockout City move even more up the chart? Let us understand what you believe in the remarks listed below!