This means FIFA 14 now holds the record in the series for number ones, beating the 11 weeks managed by FIFA: Road to the World Cup 98.
As with last week it was a close-run battle between the top two, with Chart Track stating only a few hundred copies separated them again this week.
Entering the chart in third is Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition, beating its Xbox 360 Edition counterpart, which holds into fourth place and has been a mainstay in the top 10 for the majority of its release.
Fifth place is held by 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil and Call of Duty: Ghosts holds into sixth place for another week.
Despite the release of its Xbox One version, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 falls four places down to seventh this week.
The LEGO Movie Videogame drops a place to eighth and Battlefield 4 slips down to ninth. The Top 10 is rounded off by Grand Theft Auto V, which returns to 10th following a few weeks in the teens.
Elsewhere in the charts the only new entry sees Kirby: Triple Deluxe on the 3DS enters the charts at 16th.
The UK All Formats Chart Top 10 (Week ending 17th May 2014) is as follows:
1. (2) FIFA 14
2. (1) Titanfall
3. (N) Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition
4. (-) Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition
5. (-) 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
6. (-) Call of Duty: Ghosts
7. (3) The Amazing Spider-Man 2
8. (7) The LEGO Movie Videogame
9. (8) Battlefield 4
10. (13) Grand Theft Auto V
You can view the full Top 40 here.
Wolfenstein: The New Order gets released on Tuesday, which should expect to perform well in the chart next week. With the last game of the season played, how long until support for FIFA 14 begins to wain?