The collective edition of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC – Metro Redux, claims the top of the chart at launch. Diablo III: Reaper of Souls (-59%), The Last of Us: Remastered (-21%) and Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare (-10%) drop one place each to slot in between second and fourth.
In the last week of the school holiday, Call of Duty: Ghosts (+13%) improves sales to hold fifth.
Madden NFL 15 arrives at sixth, one place better than Madden NFL 25 at this time last year.
Grand Theft Auto V is up two places to seventh ahead of Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition and Watch Dogs, both of which fall to eighth and ninth.
Titanfall rises one place to finish back in the top ten.
Diablo III reaches the top of the chart with the Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition, bringing the franchise to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The PlayStation 4 release takes the majority of sales with 47% over 32% on Xbox One, and has the most successful launch on consoles to date, beating the Xbox 360 version by around 500 copies.
The Last of Us (-24%) drops from the top after three weeks up top to slot in ahead of Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare (+200%), which has climbed to third from fifteenth with the release of PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 versions.
A small increase in sales fails to keep the Xbox 360 Edition (+5%) of Minecraft from slipping to forth, where a small dip in sales commits the PlayStation 3 Edition (-5%) to seventh.
Call of Duty: Ghosts (+7%) falls one place to fifth, saved somewhat by the release of the final DLC package Nemesis.
Watch Dogs (-11%) plummets four places to sixth and The LEGO Movie Videogame (-11%) drops two to eighth.
Grand Theft Auto V (+3%) slips to ninth ahead of new release Tales of Xillia 2 at tenth.
Falling outside of the top ten for the first time, FIFA 14 (-24%) crashes at fifteenth.
The Last of Us: Remastered (-40%) is at the top of the chart, followed by Watch Dogs (-22%) at second, for a third straight week. Up two places to third, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (+1%) again finds its highest chart position.
Strong sales in Xbox One copies takes Call of Duty: Ghosts (+7%) to fourth from eighth.
Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (-1%) takes two places despite a minor drop in sales.
The LEGO Movie Videogame (+6%) is ahead of FIFA 14 (-21%) and Grand Theft Auto V (-27%), which fall four places each to seventh and eighth respectively.
Battlefield 4 (-12%) stays at ninth for a third week, ahead of Titanfall (+6%) which rises two to complete the top ten.
The Last of Us: Remastered hits the top of the chart as the fifth largest launch so far this year and fourth best on the PlayStation 4.
Sales in the rest of the top nine are on the rise, but Watch Dogs and FIFA 14 inevitably fall to second and third.
The LEGO Movie Videogame (+27%) builds on sales to reach fourth.
Just 14 copies split the Xbox 360 Edition (+11%) and PlayStation 3 Edition (+22%) of Minecraft at fifth and sixth.
A small improvement in sales cannot help Sniper Elite 3 (+3%) from a three place fall to seventh.
Call of Duty: Ghosts (+21%) and Battlefield 4 (+24%) take one place each to eighth and ninth, ahead of Grand Theft Auto V (-5%) at tenth.
The UK game market suffered again this week with a three percent drop in sales over revenue. With no new titles released, that marks the lowest week for income this year.
Watch Dogs (+3%) is at the top again for the third time in a row and sixth overall. FIFA 14 (+5%), which has been at the top on seven occasions this year, is at second for a second week running.
A small sales improvement makes a big difference, as Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (-4%) takes three places to fourth.
Sniper Elite 3 (-6%) loses sales but moves up one place to fourth nonetheless.
With the release of the DVD/Blu-Ray of the film this week, promotions have pushed The LEGO Movie Videogame (+41%) up seven places to fifth.
Constantly on the move, Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (-6%) has taken one spot in each of the last four weeks, landing at sixth this week.
Grand Theft Auto V moves up four from eleventh, around Titanfall which sticks at eighth.
Call of Duty: Ghosts falls from the third to ninth, ahead of rival Battlefield 4 at tenth.
EA has seen a couple of surprising movers at the bottom end of the chart – four year old Skate 3 (+17%) continues a successful period which leaves it at twenty-fifth. Promotions also help Need for Speed: Rivals (+44%) back into the top 40.
UK sales suffered at -10% in the last week of the school summer term, which with no new entry ensures that Watch Dogs (-12%) is at the top of the UK Chart for a fifth time.
FIFA 14 (-13%) is up one place and Call of Duty: Ghosts (-12%) jumps up three, ahead of Wolfenstein (-27%) which sticks at fourth.
Sniper Elite 3 (-29%) drops three to fifth, before Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (-3%) and Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (-4%) take one each to sixth and seventh respectively.
Falling from fifth to eighth, Titanfall (-24%) suffers a chunk out of sales, but remains in the top ten for the nineteenth week running.
Having the only improved sales numbers in the top ten, Battlefield 4 (+2%) improves its position, remaining forward of Mario Kart 8 (+31%) which hops to tenth from sixteenth.
Bizarrely, Nintendo DS titles Pokemon Black (+127%) and Pokemon White (+110%) are at twenty-first and twenty-second place after promotions drop their price severely.
The top two swap to give Watch Dogs (-18%) dominance over Sniper Elite 3 (-53%), the latter within one hundred copies of FIFA 14 (-3%), which sticks at third.
Wolfenstein (+6%), with thanks to retailer promotions, and Titanfall (-15%) swap between fourth and fifth respectively.
Call of Duty: Ghosts (+3%) holds sixth with a small increase in sales.
Moving ahead of the PlayStation 3 Edition (-3%) at eighth, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition jumps up three places to seventh.
Tomodachi Life (-5%) moves to its highest position since launch ahead of Battlefield 4 (+21%) at tenth.
Sniper Elite 3 (-36%), spends a second week at the top of the chart, as Watch Dogs (-20%) sits at second for a third week.
Price promotions take FIFA 14 (+15%) to third and 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil (+5%) to eighth.
Titanfall and Wolfenstein occupy the same two position to complete the top five.
Call of Duty: Ghosts is up two spots to sixth, ahead of EA Sports UFC.
The Playstation 3 edition of Minecraft swaps with the Xbox 360 edition again at ninth and tenth.
Tomodachi Life (+53%) on the Nintendo 3DS continues to climb the chart, stopping just short of the top ten at eleventh.
There are new entries on the PSVita chart, with Child of Light top, Ratchet and Clank Trilogy at second, and MotoGP 14 in at twelfth.
Sniper Elite 3, from Oxfordshire based developer Rebellion, shoots to the top of the UK chart.
At second, Watch Dogs (-22%) stays at second place ahead of last weeks number one EA Sports UFC (-58%).
Titanfall, Wolfenstein and FIFA 14 all drop one place each between fourth and sixth.
GRID: Autosport, from Codemasters, makes it to seventh with sales on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.
Call of Duty: Ghosts stays ahead of Minecraft, with the Xbox 360 Edition overtaking the PlayStation 3 Edition for the first time.
Mario Kart 8 drops out of the top ten, falling to 13th.
Other new releases include Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark at twelfth and the 3DS Action/Adventure One Piece: Unlimited World Red at twenty-eighth.
EA Sports UFC comes in top to stop the reign of Watch Dogs (-41%), which falls to second.
Up from sixth, Titanfall (+10%) rises to third ahead of Wolfenstein.
FIFA 14 (-9%) sticks to fifth as 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil (-34%) drops from second to sixth.
Mario Kart 8 (-30%) is down three places, but ahead of Call of Duty: Ghosts (-13%) which stays at eighth.
Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (-22%) still performs better than the Xbox 360 Edition (-8%), as the two meet to complete the top ten.
The only other new release this week is Moto GP 14 at fourteenth, which makes an 8.4% increase in sales over the last version with the inclusion of a PlayStation 4 version.
Watch Dogs (-47%) is on top for a third week, well ahead of the heavily contested top four.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil (+16%) scores second from sixth with a boost in sales for the start of the tournament. There are one hundred sales between Wolfenstein: The New Order (-21%) at third and Mario Kart 8 (-33%), which slips from second to fourth.
FIFA 14 (-26%) holds fifth against the rising Titanfall (+1%) at sixth.
Sticking to their spots, Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (-16%) and Call of Duty: Ghosts (-11%) cover seventh and eighth, ahead of Murdered: Soul Suspect (-52%) which slips from third all the way to ninth.
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (-8%) completes the top ten.
Polish developer CI Games has a new game in the top twenty, Enemy Front enters at nineteenth.
Two English competitors will look to bring home the FIFA Interactive World Cup (FIWC) from Rio de Janeiro this summer.
The gaming event, now in its 10th year, will see the Grand Final run alongside the FIFA World Cup in Brazil — marking the first time both the real and interactive events come together in the same time and place.
David Bytheway from Wolverhampton and Ty Walton (pictured) from Redditch are the two English gamers hoping to be crowned the best FIFA players in the world, challenging players from competing nations such as France and The Netherlands.