Halo 4 tops the UK chart

News just in, and as expected, Halo 4 tops the UK chart for last week.  Assassin’s Creed III, FIFA 13 and Need for Speed Most Wanted have all taken a back seat. It’s predicted that Black Ops 2 will replace Halo in the coming charts when the game releases on the 13th.

CHARTTRACK WEEKLY CHARTS All formats – Week ending 10 November 2012

POS.      TITLE      PUBLISHER      LAST WEEK

1            HALO 4     MICROSOFT     -
2            ASSASSIN’S CREED III     UBISOFT     1
3            FIFA 13     EA SPORTS     2
4            NEED FOR SPEED MOST WANTED     EA GAMES     5
5            FOOTBALL MANAGER 2013     SEGA     4
6            SKYLANDERS GIANTS     SKYLANDERS     8
7            WWE ’13     THQ     3
8            BORDERLANDS 2     2K GAMES     19
9      –      JUST DANCE 4     UBISOFT     9
10            MEDAL OF HONOR: WARFIGHTER     EA GAMES     6
11            FORZA HORIZON     MICROSOFT     7
12      –      MOSHI MONSTERS: MOSHLINGS THEME PARK     MIND CANDY     12
13      –      RESIDENT EVIL 6     CAPCOM     13
14            DISHONORED     BETHESDA SOFTWORKS     10
15            THE ELDER SCROLLS V: SKYRIM     BETHESDA SOFTWORKS     16
16            PROFESSOR LAYTON AND THE MIRACLE MASK     NINTENDO     11
17      –      F1 2012     CODEMASTERS     17
18            NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. 2     NINTENDO     -
19            FORZA MOTORSPORT 4     MICROSOFT     -
20      –      LEGO BATMAN 2: DC SUPER HEROES     WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE     20

 

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  • http://cramgaming.com Wayne Julian

    Yeah, Master Chief’s reign on top is sure to be short-lived in the Multiformat chart. As for an Xbox 360 only chart, well if past releases are anything to go by, COD will likely pull ahead; can the Chief keep the noobtubers at bay for at least another week?