Despite apparent stock shortages, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is the UKâ€™s number one for the second week running. This is something Activision can be proud of – the only other PS4 exclusive to retain the top spot for two consecutive weeks is Uncharted 4.
GTA V moves up one position to claim #2, Overwatch rises from #6 to #3, FIFA 17 is at #4 and then at #5 itâ€™s Micro Machines: World Series. Codemastersâ€™ racing revival debuted at #2 last week.
Up from #20 to #6, itâ€™s Battlefield 1. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe rose to #7, Infinite Warfare re-enters the top ten at #8 while Rocket League shoots up to #9.
Horizon Zero Dawn rounds off the chart at #10.
Forza Horizon 3 and Elite Dangerous both leave the top ten meanwhile, falling to #14 and #23 respectively.
There were no new entries this week. Price cuts have propelled a handful of older games back into the top 40 however, with Hitman: The Complete Collection re-surfacing at #16, and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided â€“ currently a mere Â£5 at Tesco â€“ re-entering at #27.