LEGO Jurassic World (-8%) is up one place to retake the top of the chart, with Grand Theft Auto V (-1%) and The Elder Scrolls Online (-21%) also up to second and third respectively.
Batman: Arkham Knight (-36%) is down one place to fourth for the first time in eight weeks.
FIFA 15 (-16%) rises to fifth in the opening week of the Barclays Premier League.
Dropping five places, Rare Replay (-71%) takes heavy loses to land at sixth.
Battlefield Hardline (-23%) sticks at seventh for the third consecutive week.
Moving two places each, Minecraft: Xbox Edition (-1%) is up to eighth with a minor loss in sales as Minecraft: PlayStation Edition (4,420 / -4%) reenters the top ten.
Retailer promotions allow Dying Light (+23%) to leap three places and complete the top ten.
Rare Replay is the first Xbox One exclusive to take the top of the chart, and the first Rare title to do so since Banjo-Kazooie on N64 seventeen years ago.
Lego Jurassic World (-21%) as it falls to second with Batman Arkham Knight (-22%)
Moving up two places to fourth, The Elder Scrolls Online (-8%) overcomes GTA V (-22%) and FIFA 15 (-25%) at fifth and sixth respectively.
Battlefield Hardline (-25%) sticks at seventh ahead of Rory McIlroy PGA Tour (-42%), which drops four places to eighth.
F1 2015 (-40%) is another title to achieve poorer sales as it falls to ninth.
Minecraft: Xbox Edition (-7%) comes back into the top ten after similar weekly sales.
LEGO Jurassic World (-14%) moves up one place to the top as former number one Rory McIlroy PGA Tour (-26%) slips to fourth.
Batman: Arkham Knight (-8%) is ahead of the rest as PS4 bundle promotions shake the rest of the chart.
GTA V (+23%) is up to third ahead of FIFA 15 (+90%), which jumps five places to fifth, The Elder Scrolls Online (+89%) and Battlefield Hardline (+148%) at sixth and seventh respectively.
Falling foul of rival success, F1 2015 (-8%) crashes to eighth and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (-4%) crashes to ninth from sixth.
God of War III: Remastered (+79%) reenters the top ten as another promotion success.
Rory McIlroy PGA Tour (-56%) stays at the top of the chart in a week with no new releases.
From fourth, LEGO Jurassic World (-8%) makes a comparatively small loss to move around Batman: Arkham Knight (-28%) which sits at third.
F1 2015 (-55%) moves down the grid to fourth ahead of the solid GTA V (+8%), which has been making week-on-week improvements to stay at fifth.
Call of Duty moves forward one place to sixth as Minecraft comes back to the top ten with the Xbox Edition at seventh and the PlayStation Edition at eighth.
The Elder Scrolls Online drops one place as a result of earlier movement.
FIFA 15 reenters the top ten as the new Premier League season comes into view.
Rory McIlroy PGA Tour launches on the first day of The Open to the top of the chart. It is the first title in eighteen years to be released without Tiger Woods attached.
F1 2015 (-57%), Batman: Arkham Knight (-36%) and LEGO Jurassic World fall one place each to stand above GTA V which sticks at fifth.
Destiny (+90%) takes a massive leap to sixth from tenth through Amazon Prime Day deals.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare moves up to seventh to get in ahead of The Elder Scrolls Online as it drops to eighth from fourth.
God of War III: Remastered takes ninth as a new release of the 2010 hit.
Falling from sixth, The Witcher III completes the top ten.
F1 2015 takes first place with a significant improvement in launch sales for the franchise. Comparing the first week, the title makes a 367% improvement over F1 2014.
Batman Arkham Knight (-54%) is dismounted from the top down to send with Lego Jurassic World (-28%) and The Elder Scrolls Online (-33%) also dropping one place each to third and fourth.
GTA V (+5%) takes a minor increase in sales to stick at fifth.
Down two places at sixth, The Witcher III (-18%) is ahead of Minecraft: Xbox Edition (+6%) and PlayStation Edition (+12%) which are at seventh and eighth respectively.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (+5%) and Destiny (+7%) both have positive sales to secure a top ten finish.
Three titles stay in place at the top the chart – Batman: Arkham Knight (-74%) is at the top, remaining ahead of LEGO Jurassic World (-11%), which adds the WiiU version this week, and The Elder Scrolls Online (-34%) stands at third.
The Witcher III (-31%) and Grand Theft Auto V (-5%) take advantage of Yoshi’s Wooly World (-60%) dropping to sixth from fourth.
At seventh, Minecraft: Xbox Edition (+0%) sees no change in sales but climbs back into the top ten.
FIFA 15 (-21%) draws at eighth ahead of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (-25%), which is down two places to ninth.
Minecraft: PlayStation Edition (+0%) also achieves the same sales figures as last week to climb back to the last place in the top ten.
Batman: Arkham Knight has the best launch in the franchise and of any game so far this year as LEGO Jurassic World is pushed to second and The Elder Scrolls Online falls to third.
Yoshi’s Woolly World arrives on the WiiU and lands at fourth.
The Witcher III and Grand Theft Auto V drops two places each to finish fifth and sixth respectively.
Sticking at seventh, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is ahead of FIFA 15 which collapses three places to eighth.
Destiny controls ninth in front of newcomer Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward at tenth.
Other new entries this week include MotoGP 15 at thirteenth and J-Stars Victory VS+ at eighteenth.
LEGO Jurassic World (+3%) is up one place to take top spot in the chart. The Xbox 360 takes a +26% boost to improve as the most popular platform. As a result, Elder Scrolls Online (-71%) drops one place to second.
The Witcher III: Wild Hunt (-19%) sticks to third with a less dramatic drop in sales.
Grand Theft Auto V (-4%) and FIFA 15 (-14%) take a place each to fourth and fifth respectively, as Payday 2: Crimewave Edition (-24%) drops to sixth from fourth.
At seventh, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (+8%) and Splatoon (-8%), at eighth, hold dissimilar performance but remain in place.
Destiny (-1%) arrives at ninth from eleventh with Minecraft: Xbox Edition (-3%) up to tenth from twelfth.
The Elder Scrolls Online is the third title this year to pass 100,000 copies in launch sales and reach the top of the UK Chart. It performs better than the launch of Battlefield: Hardline but falls short of The Witcher III. The PC version was released in April, with the MMORPG now going free-to-play whilst adding additional content.
Adding to the commercial success of the movie, LEGO Jurassic World takes second in the chart.
The Witcher III (-48%) slips to third, ahead of Payday 2: Crimewave Edition as a new entry on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Grand Theft Auto V (-34%) and FIFA 15 (-23%) drop from three places each to fifth and sixth respectively.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (+11%) is up to seventh from tenth in front of Splatoon (-44%) and Battlefield Hardline (-39%).
Farming Simulator 15 (-26%) drops three places to complete the top ten.
The Witcher III (-44%) is at the top of the chart for a third consecutive week.
Grand Theft Auto V (-16%) has a worse week but takes a place at second, having never fallen outside the top five this year.
At third, FIFA 15 (-23%) takes advantage of poors sales from Splatoon (-50%), which drops two places to fourth.
The only new release in the chart this week is science-fiction adventure game Steins;Gate on PlayStation 3 and PSVita, which manages eighteenth.
Farming Simulator 15 drops two places to seventh, leaving room for Battlefield Hardline and Project CARS to take fifth and sixth respectively.
Destiny sticks at eighth whilst Minecraft: Xbox Edition moves up to ninth and Mortal Kombat X reenters the top ten.
The Witcher III (-69%) remains at the top of the chart for a second week, holding off Wii U exclusive Splatoon as a new entry at second. Splatoon has the fifth best launch on the platform and is the most successful new IP, demoting Zombi U.
GTA V (+8) and FIFA 15 (+51%) stay in place ahead of Farming Simulator 15 (-41%), which harvests poor sales to fall three places to fifth.
Climbing to sixth, Battlefield Hardline (+43%) overtakes Project CARS (-22%), dropping from fifth to seventh.
Destiny (+25%) jumps to eighth from tenth against Mortal Kombat X (-8%) which falls one place to ninth.
Minecraft: Xbox Edition (+33%) reenters the top ten after positive sales.