Titanfall has shot straight to the top of the UK chart, dethroning South Park: The Stick of Truth after just one week.
Ubisoftâ€™s colourful RPG now sits at #3, with Dark Souls II entering at #2.
Chart-Track claims Xbox One sales are up 96% thanks to Titanfall, with 70% of those being the Titanfall bundle. EAâ€™s shooter is also the biggest release of the year so far, and also EAâ€™s first #1 – which isnâ€™t FIFA related – since March 2013â€™s Crysis 3.
The LEGO Movie Videogame and Thief round off this weekâ€™s UK top five.
There’s still a good reason for Bandai Namco Games to celebrate – Dark Souls II is #1 in both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 charts.
A waft of mediocre reviews donâ€™t seem to have harmed sales of Yoshiâ€™s New Island – thatâ€™s in at a respectable #12.
Chart-Track informs that itâ€™s the third biggest week for a new Yoshi game, behind Yoshiâ€™s Island DS and Yoshiâ€™s Story 64. An N64 game? Crikey – Yoshi really doesnâ€™t get much limelight, does he?
Fellow platformer Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures, albeit of the 3D variety, is on the up too, rising from #21 to #19.
Finally, Killzone: Shadow Fall re-entering at #20 would suggest that Sony released a new supply of PlayStation 4 consoles last week. Knack, meanwhile, is nowhere to be seen. Good.