It was a close call between Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and The Division 2, but ultimately, Activisionâ€™s stealthy Souls-alike managed to conquer the UK chart.
It becomes FromSoftwareâ€™s second UK no.1, with the first being 2016â€™s Dark Souls III.
The Division 2 dropped to #2 during its second week on sale. The fact that the battle for no.1 was a close-run thing suggests sales haven’t tailed off significantly.
FIFA 19 and GTA V each dropped a position, now at #3 and #4. RDR2 fell to #5, while Mario Kart 8 Deluxe shifted to #6.
After enjoying a small boost from the belated Switch release, The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame is on the descent, resting at #7.
At #8 itâ€™s a re-entry â€“ the popular Xbox One pack-in Forza Horizon 4.
Despite retailer promotion, Far Cry New Dawn also travelled down the top ten, now at #9. Then at #10 for a second week running itâ€™s New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.
Capcomâ€™s Devil May Cry 5 has left the top ten this week, diving from #6 to #13. Metro Exodus is also on a slippery slope, it seems, going from #15 to #27.