FIFA 16 claims sixth UK No.1, Just Cause 3 debuts in fourth place

EA’s football blockbuster FIFA 16 has claimed its sixth No.1 this year.

The title shot back to the top spot last week during the Black Friday sales period, and it maintains its position despite a 41 per cent dip in sales.

The rest of the Top Three remains unchanged – Call of Duty: Black Ops III holds second position with a 32 per cent dip in sales, while Star Wars Battlefront sits in third place with sales declining only 34 per cent.

The highest new entry in the Top 40 is Square Enix’s Just Cause 3 which saw Week One sales 46 per cent higher than its predecessor, 2010’s Just Cause 2.

Fallout 4 slips to fifth place ahead of another new entrant in the chart, Rainbow Six: Siege debuts in sixth place. And Minecraft: Story Mode saw sales increase 16 per cent as it holds No.7 in the ranks.

Meanwhile, Xenoblade Chronicles X debuts at No.28 with sales 73 per cent higher than the Week One of the original Xenoblade Chronicles.

Below is the software Top Ten for the week ending December 5th:

1. FIFA 16, EA
2. Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Activision Blizzard
3. Star Wars Battlefront, EA
4. Just Cause 3, Square Enix
5. Fallout 4, Bethesda
6. Rainbow Six: Siege, Ubisoft
7. Minecraft: Story Mode, Telltale/Avanquest
8. Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar
9. Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, Sony
10. WWE 2K16, 2K Games

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