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Grand Theft Auto V Retains No.1 Spot in UK Weekly Charts

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Grand Theft Auto V Retains No.1 Spot in UK Weekly Charts

Grand Theft Auto V has retained the No.1 spot in the latest UK sales chart standings.

For an eleventh time since its release 175 weeks ago, Grand Theft Auto V sits on top of the UK weekly charts all format standings, after securing a second consecutive week at the summit since dethroning Activision’s Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.

There’s little movement inside the Top 10 this week with FIFA 17 rising a place to No.2, Infinite Warfare falling to No.3, while the remainder of the Top 5 comprises of EA Dice’s Battlefield 1 and Ubisoft’s Watch_Dogs 2. Blizzard Entertainments Overwatch rises 8 places to re-enter the Top 10.

Notable new entries inside this week’s Top 20 include Square Enix’s Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King on 3DS in at No.13 and Sony’s Gravity Rush 2 on PS4, making its debut at No.16.

1GRAND THEFT AUTO VROCKSTAR1
2FIFA 17EA SPORTS3
3CALL OF DUTY: INFINITE WARFAREACTIVISION2
4BATTLEFIELD 1EA GAMES4
5WATCH DOGS 2UBISOFT6
6ROCKET LEAGUE505 GAMES7
7STEEPUBISOFT9
8FORZA HORIZON 3MICROSOFT5
9MAFIA III2K8
10OVERWATCHBLIZZARD18
11WWE 2K172K13
12MINECRAFT: XBOX EDITIONMICROSOFT11
13DRAGON QUEST VIII JOURNEY OF CURSED KINGSQUARE ENIX
14THE ELDER SCROLLS V: SKYRIM SPECIAL ED.BETHESDA SOFTWORKS17
15POKEMON SUNNINTENDO12
16GRAVITY RUSH 2SONY COMPUTER ENT.
17LEGO STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENSWARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE14
18FINAL FANTASY XVSQUARE ENIX16
19POKEMON MOONNINTENDO16
20TOM CLANCY’S THE DIVISIONUBISOFT15

Better known as RzrsS in the video game scene, Stephan Rodts has been playing video games for nearly his entire life. He started out shooting poor ducks out of the sky in Duck Hunt on the Nintendo, but now shoots everything that moves. Be warned.

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