Ghosts takes the Battlefield in UK software sales chart

With the battle of the giants raging last week, as expected, Activision’s Call of Duty Ghosts has jumped into the number one spot holding off EA’s Battlefield 4 and toppling last week’s champion Assassin’s Creed IV. With the big releases out the way, it will be interesting to see which game stays on top and if you look at the current top 5 games, it’s likely these will remain for quite some time but in varying orders.

Top 40 UK Software Sales Chart, Week Ending 9th November 2013

CALL OF DUTY: GHOSTS – ACTIVISION BLIZZARD
BATTLEFIELD 4 – ELECTRONIC ARTS
ASSASSIN’S CREED IV: BLACK FLAG – UBISOFT
FIFA 14 – ELECTRONIC ARTS
GRAND THEFT AUTO V – TAKE 2
BATMAN: ARKHAM ORIGINS – WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE
WWE 2K14 – TAKE 2
MINECRAFT: XBOX 360 EDITION – MICROSOFT
FOOTBALL MANAGER 2014 – SEGA
SKYLANDERS SWAP FORCE – ACTIVISION BLIZZARD
JUST DANCE 2014 – UBISOFT
DISNEY INFINITY – DISNEY INTERACTIVE STUDIOS
PROFESSOR LAYTON AND THE AZRAN LEGACY – NINTENDO
POKEMON X – NINTENDO
POKEMON Y – NINTENDO
TOMB RAIDER – SQUARE ENIX EUROPE
SAINTS ROW IV – KOCH MEDIA
LEGO BATMAN 2: DC SUPER HEROES – WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE
F1 2013 – CODEMASTERS
ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW LEAF – NINTENDO
HALO 4 – MICROSOFT
LEGO THE LORD OF THE RINGS – WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE
BEYOND TWO SOULS – SONY COMPUTER ENT.
MAX PAYNE 3 – TAKE 2
THE LAST OF US – SONY COMPUTER ENT.
UNCHARTED 3: DRAKE’S DECEPTION GOTY – SONY COMPUTER ENT.
NBA 2K14 – TAKE 2
TOM CLANCY’S SPLINTER CELL: BLACKLIST – UBISOFT
FARMING SIMULATOR 2013 – KOCH MEDIA
ASSASSIN’S CREED III – UBISOFT
NEW SUPER LUIGI U – NINTENDO
RAYMAN LEGENDS – UBISOFT
NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. U – NINTENDO
SONIC: LOST WORLD – NINTENDO
MOSHI MONSTERS: KATSUMA UNLEASHED – MIND CANDY
ANGRY BIRDS STAR WARS – ACTIVISION BLIZZARD
NEED FOR SPEED MOST WANTED – ELECTRONIC ARTS
LUIGI’S MANSION 2 – NINTENDO
TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES – ACTIVISION BLIZZARD
GRAN TURISMO 5 ACADEMY EDITION – SONY COMPUTER ENT.

UKIE Games Charts, compiled by GfK Chart-Track

Written by: Robert Cram

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