Turtle Rock Studios' new asymmetrical co-op shooter hits number one straight away.
There are no prizes for guessing which game is at number one in the Xbox One chart's this week.
Moving into February could help move the charts around a little, maybe.
Saints Row IV debuts at number four, Rugby 15 at number eight.
Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto V still sits at number one in the UK.
GTA V still riding high at number one
GTA V keeps its top position, whilst there is little movement elsewhere.
This week's Xbox One charts are a little stale, which is expected for January.
GTA V, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Assassin's Creed Unity, and FIFA 15 dominated the top of the chart again this week.
Top four chart places remain unchanged, AC: Unity, LBP 3 and WWE 2K15 in the ascendency
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Giovani Lo Celso faces a short spell on the sidelines.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon was criticised by West Bromwich Albion over his treatment of Oliver Burke.
Tottenham Hotspur appear to have Yago Santiago back with the club.
Fabian Ruiz has shone under Carlo Ancelotti in Serie A and Liverpool are reportedly battling Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich to sign him.
Rangers will welcome Charlie Lindsay to the club next summer.
Celtic are preparing for a UEFA Europa League opener against Rennes and the youngster will be the most hyped player on the pitch.
The Leeds United defender struggled on international duty.
One of Rangers' worst ever signings has found a new club.
Scottish Premiership champions Celtic reportedly wanted to sign Mexico international Alvarez before he joined Eredivisie champions Ajax instead.
Aston Villa midfielder Conor Hourihane started both games for the Republic of Ireland over the international period.