We were slightly worried that Dead Island Definitive Edition was going to claim the UK chartâ€™s top spot this week, dislodging Overwatch in the process.
Pleasingly, this isnâ€™t the case – Overwatch remains on top for a second week running.
Uncharted 4: A Thiefâ€™s End remains at #2, while DOOM stays put at #3.
At #4 itâ€™s FIFA 16, up from #7. This appears to be due to price cuts – we recently spotted the Xbox 360 version for a mere Â£14.99 at Sainsburyâ€™s.
The Dead Island double pack has to make do with #5. Incidentally, Tesco has taken the liberty of censoring the box art. We wonder if this was a pre-emptive internal decision or due to customer complaints.
GTA V moves up to #6, Ratchet & Clank shifts to #7, Tom Clancyâ€™s The Division holds onto #8 while Call of Duty: Black Ops III falls to #9.
Then at #10 itâ€™s Homefront: The Revolution. Three weeks in top ten appears to be all the ragtag shooter is going to get.
Just a single other new release made the top 40 – One Piece: Burning Road at a lowly #37.
Recapping on other recent releases, TMNT: Mutants in Manhattan drops to #30 during its second week on sale while Battleborn falls from #20 to #29.
The Gearbox developed shooter can already be found for Â£20 online.