UK Video Games Chart: The Division holds on to No.1 as UFC 2 & Pokken Tournament enter top 3 - Tom Clancy's The Division for PS4 News
The Division has held on at the top of the UK All-Formats Video Game Charts for a second week in a row. PS4 continues to be the dominant platform for Ubisoft's online shooter taking 55% of the game's physical week two sales. Xbox One took 45%.
EA fighter UFC 2, meanwhile, enters the chart at No.2 having sold 53% more copies during its first week than the 2014 original, as Wii U fighter Pokken Tournament debuts at No.3. Black Ops 3 falls one position to No.4, with Far Cry Primal rounding out the top 5.
Elsewhere, Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 falls three places to No.8 as Fallout 4 climbs 14 places to No.13. Last year's brawler Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends also appears to have benefited from the theatrical UK release of Kung Fu Panda 3, which re-enters the top 40 at No.33.
It isn't such good news for the Heavy Rain & Beyond: Two Souls Collection, however, which slips 14 places down the chart to No.25.
1. THE DIVISION
2. UFC 2
3. POKKEN TOURNAMENT
4. CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS 3
5. FAR CRY PRIMAL
6. FIFA 16
7. GRAND THEFT AUTO 5
8. PLANTS VS ZOMBIES: GARDEN WARFARE 2
9. LEGO MARVEL AVENGERS
10. FORZA MOTORSPORT 6
11. MINECRAFT: XBOX EDITION
12. LEGO JURASSIC WORLD
13. FALLOUT 4
14. RAINBOW SIX SIEGE
15. ASSASSIN'S CREED SYNDICATE
16. MINECRAFT: STORY MODE
17. MINECRAFT: PLAYSTATION EDITION
18. STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT
19. JUST CAUSE 3
20. WWE 2K16
Both EA and Nintendo will be happy with UFC 2 and Pokken Tournament's week one performance, although whether they having the sticking power of the rest of the top 10 won't become clear until next week.
This week's releases likely won't do much to disrupt the top performers, either, with the biggest contenders likely being Zelda hack & slash Hyrule Warrior Legends and Ubisoft's arcade racer Trackmania Turbo. Hitman-clone Alekhine's Gun and stealth 'em up Republique Remastered are also due to go on sale later this week, too, but I'd be surprised to see them crack the top 10.