Call of Duty: WWII has managed to hold onto the UK chartâ€™s top spot for a third week running, fending off EAâ€™s Star Wars Battlefront 2.
According to Eurogamer, physical sales of Battlefront 2 were down 60% over its predecessor. However, itâ€™s highly likely that Battlefront 2â€™s digital sales were far higher than that of the original. If Destiny 2 was anything to go by, weâ€™d wager by around 30%.
As youâ€™ve no doubt heard, fans havenâ€™t taken kindly to the gameâ€™s pay-to-win nature and the ludicrous requirements to unlock heroes.
The backlash was so immense that license holders Disney allegedly stepped in, concerned that EAâ€™s actions were harming the Star Wars brand.
FIFA 18 moved down to #3, while PokÃ©mon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon made #4 and #5 respectively.
AC Origins fell three places to #6, The Sims 4 made #7, LA Noire Remastered entered at #8 â€“ with the PS4 version being the biggest selling â€“ while Super Mario Odyssey sticks around at #9.
Then at #10 itâ€™s LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2, again with the PS4 version out in front.
The UK top 40 also sees two new iterations of Skyrim make an arrival. Skyrim VR managed to make #19, becoming the fastest selling third-party PSVR title, while Skyrim on Switch made a not-particularly-impressive #26.
Worry not, as it did manage to make a far more respectable #3 in the Switch chart.