FIFA 13 is the top-selling game of 2013 so far, selling almost 2 million units across Europe between January and June 2013, according to a new report.

The figures (published by Metro) are said to have been compiled by Chart Track owner GfK International, which has taken data from 20 major European markets, including the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Sweden, Spain and more.

Only 10 of the year's top-selling titles were actually released in 2013, the site reports, with last November's Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 being the second best-selling title.

Tomb Raider is the most successful title released this year, coming in at third, and allegedly selling 1,363,610 across Europe following its release in March.

The second-best selling new release is The Last of Us, selling 858,635 copies within Europe.

EA, meanwhile, is said to be the most successful publisher of 2013 so far, holding a 17.25 per cent market share, followed by Nintendo with 11.82 per cent.

European all formats chart - January to June 2013

1. FIFA 2013 (EA) - 1,898,170

2. Call Of Duty: Black Ops II (Activision Blizzard) - 1,413,623

3. Tomb Raider (Square Enix) - 1,363,610

4. Far Cry 3 (Ubisoft) - 938,400

5. The Last Of Us (Sony) - 858,635

6. Assassin's Creed III (Ubisoft) - 839,732

7. BioShock Infinite (2K Games) - 732,325

8. Just Dance 4 (Ubisoft) - 689,643

9. Crysis 3 (EA) - 689,468

10. Need For Speed: Most Wanted (EA) - 684,341

11. Battlefield 3 (EA) - 579,013

12. Skylanders Giants (Activision Blizzard) - 537,164

13. Starcraft II: Heart Of The Swarm (Activision Blizzard) - 512,536

14. SimCity (EA) - 509,699

15. Luigi's Mansion 2 (Nintendo) - 478,612

16. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Bethesda) - 470,909

17. God Of War: Ascension (Sony) - 466,721

18. New Super Mario Bros. 2 (Nintendo) - 433,900

19. Dead Space 3 (EA) - 431,575

20. Gears Of War: Judgement (Microsoft) - 304,053

Top 10 European publishers by value

1. Electronic Arts - 17.25%

2. Nintendo - 11.82%

3. Activision Blizzard - 11.51%

4. Sony Computer Entertainment Europe - 8.78%

5. Ubisoft - 8.54%

6. Take Two (including 2K Games and Rockstar) - 5.07%

7. Square Enix - 5.02%

8. Namco Bandai - 4.22%

9. Microsoft - 4.11%

10. WB Games - 2.77%

VideoGamer.com has contacted a Chart Track representative to verify Metro's report.

Source: metro.co.uk