FIFA 14 has knocked Grand Theft Auto 5 off the top of the charts just one week after the debut of Rockstar's open world epic.

GTA 5 sales fell by 83 per cent week-on-week, but continues to sell well. According to Chart Track, GTA 5's second week sales are the "equivalent to being the 18th biggest week if ranked against week 1 sales of any other games ever released".

Despite hitting the top spot, though, FIFA 14 failed to match the opening week sales of last year's FIFA 13, with sales down 24 per cent year-on-year. The fall in sales is likely due to GTA's continued popularity and the imminent arrival of FIFA 14 on next-gen consoles.

Elsewhere, Minecraft climbs three places to No.3, PES 2014 drops to No.4 and The Last of Us falls to No.5.

This week's biggest new entry is Medal of Honor: Warfighter, re-entering the chart at no.29 due to some aggressive price promotion.

UKIE Games Charts, compiled by GfK Chart-Track, (All Prices) Week 38, 2013

1. FIFA 14

2. Grand Theft Auto 5

3. Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition

4. Pro Evolution Soccer 2014

5. The Last of Us

6. Disney Infinity

7. Splinter Cell: Blacklist

8. Saints Row 4

9. Diablo 3

10. Rayman Legends

11. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

12. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix

13. LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

14. Grand Theft Auto 4

15. Max Payne 3

16. Need For Speed: Most Wanted

17. Skylanders Giants

18. Aliens: Colonial Marines

19. Tomb Raider

20. Animal Crossing: New Leaf

With the launch of GTA Online, GTA 5 could storm back to the top of the charts next week as FIFA's opening sales tail off. F1 2013 and NBA 2K14 are the only major titles to release this Friday, and while F1 2013 could perform well, it's unlikely to give GTA or FIFA a run for their money.