We’ve just received confirmation that Horizon Zero Dawn has come out on top of the Australian NPD charts with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild taking out in second spot.

It’s important to note that Horizon Zero Dawn had an extra two days on the charts and as we’re not provided with figures, it’s impossible how much of a difference this actually made as it’s presumed that most of the Zelda sales would have happened in the first 3 days of sale which are included in this chart.

IGEA Top 10 Games charts powered by The NPD Group Australia.
    1. Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4)
    2. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo Switch/Wii U)
    3. 1-2 Switch (Nintendo Switch)
    4. For Honor (All Platforms)
    5. Grand Theft Auto V (All Platforms)
      6. COD: Infinite Warfare (All Platforms)
      7. Sniper Elite 4 (All Platforms)
      8. Halo Wars 2 (Xbox One)
      9. Mafia III (All Platforms)
      10. NBA 2k17 (All Platforms)
    IGEA Top 5 Nintendo Switch games charts powered by The NPD Group Australia.
      1. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
      2. 1-2 Switch
      3. Super Bomberman R
      4. Just Dance 2017
      5. Skylanders Imaginators

    • Switch hardware Australian sales figures will be interesting to see.

    • Jarin

      Who the hell is IGEA? First I’ve heard of them. Zelda has higher critic scores and reviews literally everywhere… Maybe they’re quoting sales figures and saying top sales? A lot more people in Australia would have baught Horizon then Zelda because its 80 bucks and loads of people have a ps4 while Zelda is 90 plus few people have a Wii-U or can afford a switch. If you say Horizon is better than Zelda, you’re basically lying at this point. Horizon is awesome though… I wonder how much sony paid PressStart to get the founder and managing editor to write the article himself. Sorry that you got an 89 on metacritic, but thats still an amazing score.

      • Paul Khounsady

        Are you stupid? This article is literally about sales figures only. It’s like you didn’t even read the article.

    • heavenshitman1

      Bonberman R was sold out at my EB launch day, and I know a person or 2 interested in that one. I think limited copies of games was def a limiting factor in most of Switches software sales here. Guess coming weeks will denote that as the case or not

    • TanukiTrooper

      I think due to the install base, that was to be expected. I am happily surprised it came in second!