F1 2016 launches to the top of the chart despite a late release and muted performance, -32% over the launch of F1 2015.
No Man’s Sky (-81%) slips one place to second.
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens (+13%) improves to swap places with Overwatch, ahead of Grand Theft Auto V after a drop from second.
Rocket League and FIFA 16 stick at sixth and seventh respectively.
Dropping three places, Uncharted 4 collects at eighth in front of DOOM and Minecraft: Xbox Edition.
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.
Last year saw the release of cutesey F1-inspired kart racer F1 Race Stars, featuring cartoon-style versions of real world drivers facing off against each other in scaled down cars. Now, the game is making it’s way to the Wii U.
The game originally appeared on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC in November of 2012 — arriving just a few short weeks ahead of the Wii U’s late November launch. However, if you’ve been clamouring to play this on your Gamepad then you don’t have to wait much longer, as one year on the game is making its Wii U debut.