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.
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Following the impressive reveal trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight, the fourth in the series and the third from the London based developer Rocksteady, comes a set of impressive screenshots.
Posted on Imgur, the eleven images show a mixture of what appears to be gameplay footage, character design/artwork and development shots.