Morning DLC: Video Games News And Rumors 4/7/14

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FIFA 14 reclaimed the top spot on the UK all formats all prices chart during the week ended April 5.

Having launched 28 weeks ago, the football game has now topped the chart on eleven occasions, a feat only matched by four other titles: Who Wants to be a Millionaire, Wii Fit, Zumba Fitness and FIFA: Road to the World Cup 98.

The highest charting new release was the PC version of The Elder Scrolls Online, the debut title from Zenimax Online Studios. Xbox Oneand PS4 versions of the MMO will be released in June 2014.

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Molten Games, a studio formed by former Blizzard Entertainment, Sony Online Entertainment, and Relic Entertainment executives has shut down and canceled its game, according to former employees.

A source at Molten Games told Polygon that all 60 employees received the news of the closure and that they were being let go on March 24, 2014. The same source said that the decision seemed abrupt since feedback on the project they working until then was good.

When it was announced, Molten Games said it was working on a AAA online game made possible in part by a multimillion-dollar investment led by Guild Wars publisher NCSoft.

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Pokemon X and Pokemon Y have become the fastest-selling games on Nintendo 3DS with “nearly” 12 million copies sold worldwide since their October 2013 launch, the Pokemon Company has announced.

The 3DS titles remain some way behind the sales performance of DS games Diamond/Pearl with over 17 million, and Black/White with over 15 million.

Videogamer.com

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