Following its home console release on Friday, Ubisoft’s Rayman Legends has entered the UK’s official software charts this week at Number 6, with Chart Track reporting the Wii U version outsold all other formats.
Figures show that the Wii U version of Rayman Legends – considered by many its definitive edition – accounted for 45% of the title’s total physical sales, beating the Xbox 360’s 35% share, and dwarfing the numbers achieved by the PlayStation 3.
Sony’s system managed 24% of total sales, although this may have something to do with PlayStation gamers instead opting to wait for the delayed Vita version, which whilst recently revealed to be missing some content, still includes the otherwise Wii U exclusive ‘Murphy’ co-operative multi-player mode.
The Chart Track figures also reveal that Legends has outsold 2011’s Rayman Origins by around 20% in its opening weekend.
Rayman Legends is out now on PS3, 360, PC and Wii U, with the Vita version due September 13th.