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published Thursday, Mar 12th

UK Chart: Dying Light Lives On

Dying Light (-48%) gleams at first against the improving GTA V (-10%) and FIFA 15 (-17%) which rise three places each.

As a result, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (-56%) and Dragon Ball Xenoverse (-61%) drop two places to fourth and fifth respectively.

Minecraft: Xbox Edition (-14%) is up three places to sixth. The PlayStation Edition (-12%) sticks at tenth.

The Order: 1886 (-62%) drops to seventh as it feels the effect of single platform existence.

Rebellion, with developers based in Oxford, releases Zombie Army Trilogy to eighth.

Evolve (-35%) drops one place to ninth with a fourth week in the top ten.

published Wednesday, Mar 04th

UK Chart: Dying Light Leads

Dying Light, from Polish developer Techland, is the third new number one in as many weeks with The Order: 1886 (-56%) dropping to fourth.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (-15%) sticks at second, ahead of Dragon Ball Xenoverse which arrives at third, the best launch for a Dragonball title to date.

Grand Theft Auto V (-5%) and FIFA 15 (-11%) stick at fifth and sixth respectively.

Far Cry 4 (-40%) slips to seventh as Evolve (-54%) drops five places to eighth.

Minecraft: Xbox Edition (-28%) performs poorly against PlayStation Edition (-22%), but remains ahead at ninth.

The last new releases this week is Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires at twenty-first place.