In a week where there were no new releases, it means there was only a shake-up in the order. LEGO Jurassic World takes advantage of this, climbing two places to second place. Warner also nab third place, as Batman: Arkham Knight keeps a grip on third place.
F1 2015 drops two places to fourth place. Grand Theft Auto V holds onto fifth place for the fourth week running, with the game enjoying a steady increase in sales over the last three weeks. It culminates in a total 8% rise from last week, according to Chart Track.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare climbs one spot to sixth, as a set of familiar faces return to the Top 10 this week. Minecraft, in both its Xbox and PlayStation Editions, climb up to seventh and eighth, respectively. The Xbox Edition jumps six places, with the PlayStation Edition a respectable three place rise.
The Elder Scrolls Online drops down to ninth, as FIFA 15 re-enters the Top 10, rounding it off this week.
Elsewhere, two new releases last week have mixed fortunes. God of War III: Remastered suffers a six-place drop down to 15th. On the other hand, Trials Fusion: The Awesome Max Edition, which failed to enter the Top 40 in its first week, is up to 37th place.
The UK All Formats Chart Top 10 (Week ending 25th July 2015) is as follows:
1. (-) Rory McIlroy PGA Tour
2. (4) LEGO Jurassic Park
3. (-) Batman: Arkham Knight
4. (2) F1 2015
5. (-) Grand Theft Auto V
6. (7) Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
7. (13) Minecraft: Xbox Edition
8. (11) Minecraft: PlayStation Edition
9. (8) The Elder Scrolls Online
10. (12) FIFA 15
You can view the full Top 40 here.
Next week is quite a quiet week, with the HD version of Legend of Kay being the only notable release, but will be interesting to see whether it can make an impact before Rare Replay is released on the fourth.