Battlefield: Hardline has been knocked off the UK chart top spot by Mortal Kombat X. Knocked into a vat of boiling acid, presumably.
Warner Bros. must be pleased – it had the biggest ever launch for a Mortal Kombat title, and also the second biggest launch of the year so far behind Battlefield. And thatâ€™s despite the PS3/360 versions being delayed until later in the year.
Sales were spilt 61% on PS4, 38% on Xbox One and just 1% on PC. As always though, digital download sales arenâ€™t included.
The PC version of GTA V has seemingly helped Rockstarâ€™s crime caper rise back up to #2. Battlefield now sits at #3 with FIFA 15 and Bloodborne rounding off the top five.
Borderlands: The Handsome Collection departs the top ten this week, falling from #9 to #11.
After making a surprise top ten re-appearance following a surge in console bundle sales, Forza Horizon 2 and Halo: MMC likewise depart, dropping to #13 and #14 respectively.
As for other recent new top 40 arrivals, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the Second Sin is now at #17 while Ride falls one place to #19. Final Fantasy Type-0 HD meanwhile re-enters at #33 due to price cuts.