The UK top five remains unchanged this week, despite a 24% decrease in sales after Black Friday.
This means Call of Duty: WWII celebrates a fifth week at the top of the chart, putting it on par with Activisionâ€™s own Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy â€“ the previous record holder for weeks held at no.1 in 2017.
Could Call of Duty claim a Christmas no.1? Itâ€™s highly likely â€“ PUBG on Xbox One is the only remaining big-name release of 2017. We shouldnâ€™t rule out FIFA 18, however, and thereâ€™s also chance that The Last Jedi fever could propel Star Wars Battlefront II up the chart.
Going back to the here and now, FIFA 18 saw a 30% dip in sales, remaining at #2. Popular PS4 pack-in Gran Turismo Sport is at #3, Star Wars Battlefront II holds onto #4, with sales down 33%, while AC Origins is at #5.
Super Mario Odyssey, Forza 7, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, GTA V and Crash Bandicoot claim positions #6 through to #10.
Sonyâ€™s Knowledge is Power remains just outside the top ten, rising from #16 to #11 to this week. Fellow new release Hidden Agenda remains in the top 20 too, now at #16.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 was the top 40â€™s only new release, entering at #19 â€“ 9 places higher than the Wii Uâ€™s Xenoblade Chronicles X.
Sticking with Nintendo, the Switch top fifty (!) sees a fair few new arrivals. LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2 made #9, Gear.Club Unlimited parked up at #32, Super Putty Squad debuted at #38, Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack entered at #42, while Stern Pinball Arcade bounced in at #46.