Sep 29
By Matt Gander In UK Charts No Comments

As many may have predicted, Destiny’s reign of the UK top 40 has come to swift end. FIFA 15 has taken the top spot, accounting for 80% of all entertainment software units sold last week and a whopping 87% of revenue. You have Chart-Track to thank for those two eyebrow raising stats.

It was the PS4 version that shifted the most copies, followed by Xbox 360, Xbox One and then PS3. Even the Wii version managed to make the individual formats chart, albeit at #23. The 3DS version was nowhere to be seen, however.

Destiny now sits at #2. Disney Infinity 2.0 moves down to #3 while Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition and Call of Duty: Ghosts move up a couple of places to fill #4 and #5 respectively.

The only other new arrival in the top 40 is Nintendo’s Fantasy Life at #8. On a related note, Hyrule Warriors has left the top ten after just one week – Link’s latest now rests at #13. A mere five place drop – it could have been a lot worse.

The Last of Us Remastered also departs the top ten this week, falling from #9 to #11.

Published Monday 29th September 2014 by Games Asylum

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