FIFA 16 Stays Top of UK Chart, Tony Hawk Doesn't Make Top Ten
Plus, Warner's Lego Dimension makes strong debut.
EA's FIFA 16 has maintained its position atop the UK all formats chart, staving off competition from a number of new games making their debut in the week ending October 3.
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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's Lego Dimensions debuts at No.2 and, according to sales monitor Chart-Track, "comfortably surpasses week one sales of Disney Infinity 3.0 and Skylanders Superchargers," both competing titles in the toys-to-life genre.
NBA 2K16 enters the chart at No.3, with week one sales "up by more than 53 percent over last year's entry." Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, meanwhile, lands at No.6 in its first week.
Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5 failed to crack the top ten, reaching No.12 in its debut week. The full top ten can be seen below.
- FIFA 16
- Lego Dimensions
- NBA 2K16
- Destiny: The Taken King
- Forza Motorsport 6
- Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer
- Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain
- Skylanders Superchargers
- Grand Theft Auto 5
- Mad Max
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