Meanwhile Bloodborne falls down several places to sixth place.
Visceral Games’ Battlefield: Hardline is still the top selling game across all platforms in the UK according to the latest Gfk Chart-Track data. It’s interesting when you consider that there was a 56 percent drop in sales from the previous week.
EA’s FIFA 15 is second place, pushing ahead of Grand Theft Auto 5 which is in third place this week. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare fell to fifth place with Far Cry 4 at fourth place. Sony’s Bloodborne, despite a strong debut against Battlefield: Hardline, is now in sixth place. Interestingly, Forza Horizon 2 and Halo: The Master Chief Collection figures among the top ten in seventh and ninth place respectively.
The recently released Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is in eighth place with Minecraft: Xbox Edition in tenth place. Mortal Kombat X and Grand Theft Auto 5 PC will be released tomorrow so stay tuned for more information on both games’ sales in the UK for the coming week.