A price cut to Â£29.99 has helped DOOM claim the UK chartâ€™s top spot, putting an end to Overwatchâ€™s three week run in the process.
The recently released DOOM demo likely played a part in this, too.
DOOM entered at #2 during launch week, so this is in fact the first time the grizzly shooter has been crowned no.1. In doing so, it has become Bethesdaâ€™s first number one since Fallout 4, and idâ€™s first since DOOM 3 way back in 2004.
Overwatch drops to #2 with sales down 24% while Uncharted 4: A Thiefâ€™s End saw a small sales boost, raising it up to #3.
FIFA 16 is at #4 while GTA V moves up to #5.
Last weekâ€™s highest new entry Mirrorâ€™s Edge Catalyst falls to #6, Black Ops III re-enters the top ten at #7, UEFA Euro 2016 remains at #8, Star Wars Battlefront rises seven places to #9 and then at #10 itâ€™s LEGO Marvelâ€™s Avengers.
Dead Island Definitive Edition and Tom Clancyâ€™s The Division both depart the top ten, meanwhile.
MotoGP 16: Valentino Rossi was the only top 40 new arrival, entering at #19. Grand Kingdom did however top the PS Vita chart, which shouldnâ€™t really come as a surprise – PS Vita JRPGs have a track record of heading straight to no.1 at launch.