UK Chart: Advanced Warfare Edges Ahead Amid Sales Trudge

Familiar names populate top ten as Dying Light's release is delayed.

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Now two months since the last major game entered the UK market, familiar faces continue to hold the top spots despite their collective slowdown in sales.

Grand Theft Auto V falls to second with a seven percent reduction in sales from last week, FIFA 15 drops five percent and falls to third, while Deep Silver's Saints Row IV remaster holds forth after a 38 percent sales slump.

Activision's Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is one of the only games in the top ten that has increased in sales, climbing up 27 percent and entering first place.

Far Cry 4, Minecraft, Assassin's Creed Unity and Destiny hold their spots in the top ten, while a recent promotion has helped the 2013 shooter Call of Duty: Ghosts land at seventh.

A new game was scheduled to enter the UK market this week, in the form of the zombie survival FPS Dying Light, but due to distribution problems it has been delayed to February 27. the game is available via digital stores, however these are not counted in the UK charts.

The full top ten follows:

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