gta-v-393-600The release of Online Heists has helped return Grand Theft Auto V to the top of the UK All Formats Chart.

With a 49% rise in sales this week, GTA V has now managed a total of eight weeks in first place. It needs two weeks to match the performance of GTA: Vice City, which managed 10 weeks at number one back in 2002, according to Chart Track.

Last weeks’ number one Dying Light drops one place to second, whilst FIFA 15 holds firm in third place.

Minecraft once again holds two places in the Top 10, with both the Xbox and PlayStation Editions’ climbing.

The Xbox Edition is up two places to fourth, with the PlayStation Edition rising three spots to seventh.

The two new releases in the Top 10 this week are remasters/complete collections. The facelift for Devil May Cry, DMC: The Definitive Edition, enters the charts at fifth. Sniper Elite 3: Ultimate Edition rounds off the Top 10 this week.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is down two places to sixth, as Evolve and Zombie Army Trilogy switch places this week, now in eighth and ninth, respectively.

The UK All Formats Chart Top 10 (Week ending 14th March 2015) is as follows:

1. (2) Grand Theft Auto V
2. (1) Dying Light
3. (-) FIFA 15
4. (6) Minecraft: Xbox Edition
5. (N) DMC: Definitive Edition
6. (4) Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
7. (10) Minecraft: PlayStation Edition
8. (9) Evolve
9. (8) Zombie Army Trilogy
10. (N) Sniper Elite 3: Ultimate Edition

You can view the full Top 40 here.

Next week should see Battlefield: Hardline top the charts, however we should see some other new faces, with the physical version of Resident Evil Revelations 2, Bladestorm: Nightmare, Final Fantasy Type 0 and Mario Party 10 also released.