Bungie and Activision’s new IP keeps its top place in the UK charts.
It’s without much surprise that Destiny is at number one in the UK Xbox One charts this week. Following on from it taking the top position from Metro Redux in it’s debut week, the game also made around $325 million in it’s first five days.
If you weren’t one of the people to buy the game, and are still undecided about whether to invest in Destiny or not, take a look at my review to help you out.
Elsewhere in the charts we’ve got a new entry in the form of Disney Infinity 2.0, which places at two, and brings a bunch of Marvel characters and settings to the series for players to add to their collection.
Call of Duty: Ghosts remains at three, with Titanfall dropping to four from two, after clinging on for weeks. Metro Redux, Watch Dogs, and NHL 15 follow suit with Titanfall in dropping down the charts.
Dead Rising 3 re-enters the top ten at nine, whilst Ryse and Forza Motorsport 5 jump up the charts a couple of places from last week.
The top 10 games in the UK for Xbox One, according to the Chart Track games charts as at 20th September 2014, are below:
2 DISNEY INFINITY 2.0
3 CALL OF DUTY: GHOSTS
5 FORZA MOTORSPORT 5
6 METRO REDUX
7 WATCH DOGS
8 RYSE: SON OF ROME
9 DEAD RISING 3
10 NHL 15