Capcom's reimagining of the demon-slaying game strikes a chord with British gamers.
The gamers have spoken and pushed DmC: Devil May Cry to the top of the UK charts for the week ended January 19th, according to figures published by Chart Track.
Capcom's title saw a strong showing by debuting at the top spot and dethroning FIFA 13, which now sits comfortably at number two.
The cross-platform title represents a successful return of the franchise, with the title receiving a deluge of positive reviews.
Meanwhile, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 held onto its position at number three, while lauded FPS Far Cry 3 was humbled into fourth place, down from the lofty heights of second place.
Elsewhere in the chart, Need for Speed: Most Wanted and Just Dance 4 held onto fifth and sixth place respectively, while Football Manager 2013 jumped one place to take number seven.
Following this, assassin favourite Hitman: Absolution skipped down the charts to eighth place, down from fourth, and Elder Scrolls: Skyrim held at number nine, while Assassin's Creed III crept back into the top-ten to close off the charts.
The full 20-place chart follows:
- FIFA 13
- CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS II
- FAR CRY 3
- NEED FOR SPEED: MOST WANTED
- JUST DANCE 4
- FOOTBALL MANAGER 2013
- HITMAN ABSOLUTION
- THE ELDER SCROLLS V: SKYRIM
- ASSASSIN'S CREED III