It holds off FIFA 15, which climbs two spots to second place, pushing Grand Theft Auto V down a spot to third.
Far Cry 4 rises for the second week running, but according to Chart Track is still ‘comfortably’ beaten by GTA V. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare also climbs one spot to fifth.
PS4 exclusive Bloodborne is down three places to sixth in this physical chart, but it can rest easy after a solid performance in the digital charts. According to PlayStation Blog, Bloodborne managed to be the best-selling digital title on the PlayStation Store in March, beating Battlefield: Hardline. It achieves this despite only being on sale for five days in the month.
A new wave of Xbox One bundles helps two games to climbs the charts, with Forza Horizon 2 up six places to seventh, and Halo: The Master Chief Collection is up three places to ninth.
Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is down one spot to eighth, as Minecraft: Xbox Edition is up a place to round off the Top 10 this week.
Outside the top 10 this week are a few big movers, with motorbike racer Ride re-entering the charts thanks to the release of the Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions. Dragon Age: Inquisition jumps twelve places to 35th. On the other hand, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin is down seven places to 15th, as Evolve is down eighth spots to 24th.
The UK All Formats Chart Top 10 (Week ending 11th April 2015) is as follows:
1. (-) Battlefield: Hardline
2. (4) FIFA 15
3. (2) Grand Theft Auto V
4. (5) Far Cry 4
5. (6) Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
6. (3) Bloodborne
7. (13) Forza Horizon 2
8. (7) Borderlands: The Handsome Collection
9. (12) Halo: The Master Chief Collection
10. (11) Minecraft: Xbox Edition
You can view the full Top 40 here.
Grand Theft Auto V hits PC this week, so will be a good bet for first, but it will be interesting to see how the physical/digital split affects it. The other release is Mortal Kombat X, which could give a good go at the chart.