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.
Watch Dogs (-81%) stays at number one, despite huge losses against its first week.
Mario Kart 8 parks at second, as new entry Murdered: Soul Suspect follows in third by only 400 copies.
Sticking in the top five, Wolfenstein: The New Order (-51%) and FIFA 14 (-25%) drop one spot each.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil (-10%) does enough to stay at sixth, ahead of Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (-37%).
Call of Duty: Ghosts (-11%) moves up against Titanfall (-22%), which drops two places to ninth, with just 200 copies splitting them.
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (-27%) is at tenth, having never fallen out of the top ten.
There are other new entries just outside of the top ten, with MMO Wildstar and 3DS Simulator Tomodachi Life filling fourteenth and fifteenth respectively.
Watch Dogs releases to become Ubisoft’s best launch product in the UK to date. The new franchise marks seventeenth in a list of best new entries, behind established series such as Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, FIFA and Battlefield. Watch Dogs sales are strongest on PS4 — with exclusive content and a hardware bundle having improved the consoles sales by 94%.
Mario Kart 8 saw an impressive launch landing in at second, managing the best sales for any title on the Wii U after its own launch. Bundled with the console, it helps take Wii U sales up by 666%.
Falling to third, Wolfenstein: The New Order (-65%), ahead of FIFA 14 (+46%) and Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (+20%).
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil drops one place to sixth, but Titanfall falls three to seventh, ahead of Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition.
Call of Duty: Ghosts lands at ninth from sixth, as The LEGO Movie Videogame.
Back in the Top 40, Borderlands 2 is at eighteenth thanks to a release on PS Vita.
Wolfenstein: The New Order tops the chart, with a quarter of total weekly game sales, to accomplish the second best launch of the year behind Titanfall.
Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (+49%) improves upon sales in its second week and moves up to second.
FIFA 14 slots in above Titanfall (-3%) and 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil (+20%).
At sixth, Call of Duty: Ghosts stays in place as Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 fall to seventh and eighth respectively.
The LEGO Movie Videogame hops over Battlefield 4 to complete the top ten.
Elsewhere, internet famous Goat Simulator arrives in the PC budget chart at twelth.
At the end of the Premier League season, FIFA 14 (-8%) climbs back to the top of the chart. Titanfall (-15%) is marginally beaten and falls comfortably to second.
Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition enters at third ahead of Xbox 360 Edition which sticks in at fourth.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil (-14%) and Call of Duty: Ghosts (-19%) also remain in place, at fifth and sixth respectively.
With the release an Xbox One version, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (-39%) still performs poorly to fall four places to seventh.
The LEGO Movie Videogame (-29%) and Battlefield 4 (-17%) drop one place each, before Grand Theft Auto V (+20%) reenters the top ten.
The last new release in the top forty, Kirby: Triple Deluxe arrives at sixteenth.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (-49%) has sales cut almost by half to fall from first to third, as Titanfall (-25%) regains the top spot. FIFA 14 (-11%) follows closely in second, behind first place by less than 400 copies.
Climbing two spots, Minecraft (-2%) forces 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil (-18%) and Call of Duty: Ghosts (-17%) to fifth and sixth respectively.
The LEGO Movie Videogame (+7%) moves up one place with an increase in sales. Battlefield 4 (+8%) does a little better to take two places at eighth.
More LEGO titles complete the top ten, with LEGO The Hobbit (-30%) and LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (0%), with the latter maintaining sales to move up from eleventh.
Bound by Flame from Parisian developer Focus Home Interactive, is a new release at twelfth.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 enters the chart straight into first place, despite a comparative -5% loss against it’s predecessor. As a consequence, Titanfall (-17%) falls to second, ahead of FIFA 14 (-1%) which climbs to third.
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil (-33%) and Call of Duty: Ghosts (-24%) fall two places each to fourth and fifth respectively.
Sticking at sixth, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (-1%) has a minor drop in sales compared to last week.
LEGO The Hobbit falls two places to seventh, ahead of The LEGO Movie Videogame.
Child of Light, from Ubisoft Montreal, debuts at ninth on a variety of platforms including Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Holding position, Battlefield 4 completes the top ten.
Dark Souls II (+36%) sees a PC release which takes it to fourteenth. The only other new release this week is Mario Golf: World Tour on Nintendo 3DS placing twenty-second.
For a third week running, Titalfall (-41%) commands the head of the chart, with 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil (-42%) again following behind.
Call of Duty: Ghosts (-27%) swaps places with LEGO The Hobbit (-46%) between third and fifth. FIFA 14 (-31%) continues to sit at fourth.
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (-20%) jumps two places to sixth, seeing South Park: The Stick of Truth (-41%) drop to seventh.
Up one place each, The LEGO Movie Videogame and Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare (-33%) fill eighth and ninth.
Battlefield 4 (-29%) climbs back up to complete the top ten.
Titanfall (-28%) remains at the top of the UK Chart for a second consecutive week.
At second, 2o14 FIFA World Cup Brazil arrives on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. However, there is an expectation for sales to improve closer to the tournament in June, even without Xbox One or PlayStation 4 releases.
LEGO The Hobbit (-12%) and FIFA 14 (-8%) both drop one place respectively to third and fourth.
Call of Duty: Ghosts stays in place to complete the top five.
South Park: The Stick of Truth drops two places to sixth, ahead of new release Trials Fusion.
At eighth, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition falls from sixth, with The LEGO Movie Videogame and Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare following behind, covering the bottom of the top ten.
The remaining new entry this Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, which with the release of a PlayStation 4 version takes twentieth.
The release of an Xbox 360 version has propelled Titanfall (+220%) to top spot. LEGO The Hobbit comes in at second, ahead of FIFA 14 (-1%).
Price reductions see South Park: The Stick of Truth (+52%) leap four places to fourth.
Call of Duty: Ghosts (+28%) gains sales but loses a place to fifth.
Well timed easter promotions take Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (+35%) to sixth, and Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare (+20%) to eighth from eleventh.
The Lego Movie Videogame (+7%) sticks at seventh, with Assassin’s Creed IV (+27%) and Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (-36%) finishing ninth and tenth respectively.
Other new releases this week include Kinect Sports: Rivals at fourteenth, Australian developed title Don Bradman Cricket 14 at thirty-fourth, and Football Manager 2014 (+280%) to eighteenth with a new PSVita version.
FIFA 14 (+8%) regains its place at the top of the UK Chart, bringing the total to eleven weeks as a best-seller.
The long awaited The Elder Scrolls Online arrives on PC and takes second ahead of a console release.
Titanfall (-36%) sticks at third ahead of an Xbox 360 release next week.
In conjunction with the latest DLC release Devestation on Microsoft consoles, Call of Duty: Ghosts (+35%) performs well and takes four places to fourth.
Having sold well in the last two weeks, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (-46%) and Infamous: Second Son (-55%) drop from second and first to fifth and sixth respectively.
The LEGO Movie Videogame falls from fifth to seventh and South Park: The Stick of Truth slips from seventh to eighth, before Minecraft at ninth.
Battlefield 4 rejoins the top ten from thirteenth.
The only other new release this week is Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Complete Ed at twenty-ninth for PlayStation 4 and PSVita.