GameStop, the one-stop-shop for video games and related merch, released its sales results for the holiday shopping season.

The company reported overall sales of $2.63 billion, a decline of 5 percent when compared to the 2017 holiday season.

GameStop attributes the decrease to two factors: a shift in the company’s 2017 fiscal calendar and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 being released last October, outside the holiday shopping period, instead of in November.

Looking at specific categories, new hardware sales, new video game software sales, and pre-owned sales all declined. Video game accessories, collectibles, and digital receipts all performed well, though—accessories saw the strongest growth, 28.7 percent, thanks to controller and headset sales.