FIFA 15 notches its fifth consecutive week at the top of the UK All Formats Charts, the most any title has achieved this year, according to Chart Track.
The PlayStation 4 version helped the PlayStation Edition of Minecraft get a healthy boost in sales of 82%, which propels it from ninth to second for this week. This sees The Evil Within settle with dropping a place to third.
Destiny is able to make its way back up the charts, jumping three places to fourth, as Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor slips down to fifth place.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel suffers a 62% drop in sales from its launch week as it falls down to sixth place.
A new entry appears in seventh, with the Wii U exclusive Bayonetta 2 entering the charts as Forza Horizon 2 drops down to eighth.
Alien: Isolation falls again to ninth place, as Skylanders Trap Team climbs one place to round off the Top 10.
Elsewhere in the charts, Civilization: Beyond Earth is the next highest new entry, coming in at 18th, a placing which would undoubtedly be higher if Chart Track included digital sales.
Just behind it in 19th is Just Dance 2015, which was released across six platforms. The game manages this placing with a 55% share of the games sales coming from the original Wii version.
Lastly for the new releases, you have PlayStation exclusive Singstar: Ultimate Party, which enters the charts in 32nd place.
The UK All Formats Chart Top 10 (Week ending 25th October 2014) is as follows:
1. (-) FIFA 15
2. (9) Minecraft: PlayStation Edition
3. (2) The Evil Within
4. (7) Destiny
5. (4) Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
6. (3) Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
7. (N) Bayonetta 2
8. (5) Forza Horizon 2
9. (6) Alien: Isolation
10. (11) Skylanders: Trap Team
You can view the full Top 40 here.
Next week we have a number of new releases, with Sunset Overdrive being the most prominent of them, and arguably the most likely to take first. You also have Lords of the Fallen, NBA Live 15 and The Walking Dead Season 1 and 2, which makes its way onto the new consoles, trying to break FIFA’s streak at the top of the chart.