Call of Duty: Ghosts has held on to the No.1 spot in the All Formats All Prices UK video game chart, followed by FIFA 14, Battlefield 4, Assassin's Creed 4 and GTA 5.

Just Dance 2014 climbs to seventh place, likely thanks to retailer price promotions.

However, Sony's usually bankable Gran Turismo franchise appears to be set for a struggle launching at the tail end of the PS3's lifecycle, with Gran Turismo 6 only managing to chart at No.8, selling just one-fifth of what Gran Turismo 5 managed at launch three years ago.

Other titles making the most of retailer price cuts include WWE 2K14, jumping eight places to No.14, and LBP on PS Vita, which re-enters the chart at No.38. Tearaway is also up on its launch week, climbing six places to No.31.

PS4 titles have dropped in their second week, with Killzone: Shadow Fall falling five places to No.9 and Knack also slipping five spots to No.18.

Meanwhile on Xbox One, Forza 5 is at No.26, Dead Rising 3 takes 29th and Ryse is at No.34.

Those hoping Super Mario 3D World would show a second week recovery are going to be disappointed, with the game dropping to No.20.

Source: UKIE Games Charts, compiled by GfK Chart-Track, (All Prices) Week 49, 2013

1. CALL OF DUTY: GHOSTS

2. FIFA 14

3. BATTLEFIELD 4

4. ASSASSIN'S CREED IV: BLACK FLAG

5. GRAND THEFT AUTO V

6. LEGO MARVEL SUPER HEROES

7. JUST DANCE 2014

8. GRAN TURISMO 6

9. KILLZONE: SHADOW FALL

10. BATMAN: ARKHAM ORIGINS

11. NEED FOR SPEED: RIVALS

12. SKYLANDERS SWAP FORCE

13. MINECRAFT: XBOX 360 EDITION

14. WWE 2K14

15. DISNEY INFINITY

16. TOMB RAIDER

17. FOOTBALL MANAGER 2014

18. KNACK

19. THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: LINK BETWEEN WORLDS

20. SUPER MARIO 3D WORLD

In the final few weeks of the year we don't expect much change at the top, with new releases now done and dusted until the new year. Ghosts has to be favourite for the Xmas No.1, but it will likely come down to retailer price promotions over the coming weeks.

Gran Turismo 6 may also find itself on the receiving end of a pre-Christmas cut after a lower than expected launch week.