Due to a surge in sales – which could possibly be attributed to the arrival of Exo Zombies – Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has managed to dislodge GTA V from the top spot of the UK chart.
Curiously, this puts the two titles neck and neck in regards to both consecutive (three) and non-consecutive (seven) weeks at the top.
GTA V drops to #2 while both FIFA 15 and Saints Row IV: Re-elected hold their ground at #3 and #4 respectively.
Then at #5 itâ€™s Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition, up from #7.
The rest of the top ten is formed of all the usual suspects, including Far Cry 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Assassinâ€™s Creed: Unity, Minecraft: PlayStation Edition and Destiny.
After arriving at #8 last week, Big Benâ€™s Rugby 15 has departed the top 10, dropping to #16. Terraria meanwhile back on the rise all the way from #28 to #13 thanks to last weekâ€™s launch of the current-gen retail versions.
Pirate RPG Ravenâ€™s Cry is absent from the charts too, suggesting that it did in fact slip at the last minute. As mentioned in last weekâ€™s new release round-up, it wasnâ€™t clear if it had suffered yet another delay.