by on Mar 16, 2015

UK Video Game Chart: GTA 5 shoots back to No.1 thanks to Online Heists

GTA 5 is celebrating its return to the top of the All Formats All Prices UK Video Game Chart thanks to increased interest in the game after the long-awaited roll-out of Online Heists.

Sales for the open-world action game are up an impressive 49 per cent.

Grand Theft Auto 5 has now spent a total of eight weeks in first place, but needs to find another two weeks at the summit in order to match the 10 week haul achieved by GTA: Vice City on PS2.

Warner’s Dying Light drops one place into second, followed by FIFA 15 and Minecraft: Xbox Edition. Capcom’s DMC Definitive Edition is new at No.5, whilst Sniper Elite 3: Ultimate Edition charts in 10th spot, one place below Rebellion’s Sniper spin-off Zombie Army Trilogy.

Source: UKIE Games Charts, compiled by GfK Chart-Track, (All Prices) Week 11, 2015

1. GRAND THEFT AUTO V

2. DYING LIGHT

3. FIFA 15

4. MINECRAFT: XBOX EDITION

5. DMC: DEFINITIVE EDITION

6. CALL OF DUTY: ADVANCED WARFARE

7. MINECRAFT: PLAYSTATION EDITION

8. EVOLVE

9. ZOMBIE ARMY TRILOGY

10. SNIPER ELITE 3: ULTIMATE EDITION

11. DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE

12. WWE 2K15

13. TERRARIA

14. FORZA HORIZON 2

15. FAR CRY 4

16. THE CREW

17. DISNEY INFINITY 2.0

18. DESTINY

19. THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: MAJORA’S MASK 3D

20. LEGO BATMAN 3: BEYOND GOTHAM

Though we fully expects EA’s Battlefield: Hardline to enter at No.1, it’s actually a pretty busy release week as publishers rush to launch titles before the end of the financial year.

Joining Hardline in stores on Friday are Bladestorm: Nightmare, Final Fantasy Type 0, Mario Party 10 and the retail edition of Resident Evil Revelations 2.

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