Grand Theft Auto V
Developer: Rockstar North
Platforms: PS3, Xbox 360, PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PS5
FIFA 14 sees a rise up to second place.
Rockstar Games’ mega open world blockbuster Grand Theft Auto 5 spends its second straight week on top in the UK, according to the latest UKIE Game Charts courtesy of Gfk Chart Track ending on October 19th. Initially debuting at number one, the game dropped down to second place behind EA Sports’ FIFA 14. The latter is now at second place.
Activision’s Skylanders Swap Force recently debuted in third place, as Nintendo’s Pokemon X & Y dropped to fourth and fifth place respectively. That hasn’t stopped the 3DS adventure from becoming the fastest selling 3DS title of all time though, and it’s safe to say that it’ll be in the top 10 for a while.
Quantic Dream’s Beyond: Two Souls is in at sixth place, while Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition is at seventh. F1 2013 is in at eight place despite a strong debut last week, with Just Dance 2014 in at ninth and Disney Infinity at tenth place to round out the top 10.