Dec 19
By Matt Gander In UK Charts No Comments

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is the UK’s Christmas number one, becoming the 7th game in the series to take the Christmas crown.

Chart-Track claims that it “comfortably” managed to hold off FIFA 17, which is at #2. Battlefield 1 remains at #3.

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Watch_Dogs 2 moved up to #4 and then at #5 it’s good old GTA V. 170 weeks have passed since the release of Rockstar’s crime caper; 130 of which have seen it in the top 10.

Final Fantasy XV dropped to #6 while Skyrim: Special Edition rose to #7.

At #8 it’s Dishonored 2, up from #17.

Then at #9 it’s Steep, which arrived at a lowly #24 at launch. Ubisoft must be glad that it’s finally selling, even if the price has already dropped to £25.

Mafia III finishes off the Christmas top 10 at #10. This too has seen a price drop recently, as well as heavy promotion from GAME.

After arriving at #4 last week, Dead Rising 4 falls all the way to #18. This surprises us slightly, as the price is starting to drop on this one too – we spotted it for £29.99 in GAME yesterday.

The Last Guardian has had a ruff, sorry rough, second week as well – it arrived at #7, but is now at #20.

There were no new entries in the UK top 40 this week. Minecraft: Story Mode – The Complete Adventure did however rise a few places to take #24, off the back of the belated Wii U release.



Published Monday 19th December 2016 by Games Asylum


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