EA Sports soccer sim holds fast at number one as Monolith’s new Tolkien-inspired RPG debuts in second place.
After knocking Bungie’s much-hyped shooter Destiny out of the top spot last week, FIFA 15 is still riding high, enjoying its second week at number 1 despite the threat from the Lord of the Rings universe action RPG Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor.
The orc-slaying adventures of Talion and his wraith go straight in at number 2 following its launch last week, pushing down Destiny to number 3 with The Last of Us Remastered, Watch Dogs and Call of Duty Ghosts all dropping a place in positions 4, 5 and 6.
Going straight in at number 7 this week is Frogwares' latest adventures of Sherlock Holmes in Crimes & Punishments with Metro Redux now holding number 8 after dropping down two places from last week.
Finding a new lease of life, Wolfenstein: The New Order climbs back into the charts after falling out of the top ten at number 9 with Rayman Legends, another title back on the rise unmoved at the number 10 slot.
- FIFA 15
- MIddle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor
- The Last of Us Remastered
- Watch Dogs
- Call of Duty:Ghosts
- Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments
- Metro Redux
- Wolfenstein: The New Order
- Rayman Legends
New titles to look out for this week include Alien: Isolation, NBA 2K15 and the long awaited PS4 exclusive racer DriveClub, all with the potential to make their mark on the charts, we’ll find out next week if either are strong enough to pose a threat to FIFA 15.