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Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is UK’s number one for seventh week in a row

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 has kept its place at the top of the UK video game charts, meaning that it has now sat comfortably at number one for seven weeks in a row.

As a result, Black Ops 3 has now broke the record for having the longest run at number one in succession. Last week saw Black Ops 3 fall level with FIFA 15 for the most consecutive weeks at number one, with both games having been at the top for six weeks. However having retained its crown this week, Black Ops 3 has stolen the record for itself.

Elsewhere in the charts, there are no new entries into the top 5 with  FIFA 16 rising a place to second and Grand Theft Auto slipping down to third as a result. Rainbow Six Siege is up one place into fourth while Star Wars: Battlefront drops one place to fifth.

Resident Evil Origins Collection is a new entry into the charts and enters at number 6 while Life is Strange comes in at seventh. Just Cause has fallen two places into eighth while Fallout 4 drops down to ninth.

The biggest climber is Dishonored: Definitive Edition which has climbed 22 places into tenth place. The Evil Within is also a big climber, moving up from number 25 to number 16.

Here’s this week’s Top 20:

CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS III
FIFA 16
GRAND THEFT AUTO V
TOM CLANCY’S RAINBOW 6: SIEGE
STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT
RESIDENT EVIL ORIGINS COLLECTION
LIFE IS STRANGE
JUST CAUSE 3
FALLOUT 4
DISHONORED: DEFINITIVE EDITION
LEGO JURASSIC WORLD
MINECRAFT: XBOX EDITION
MINECRAFT: STORY MODE
DISNEY INFINITY 3.0
DESTINY: THE TAKEN KING
THE EVIL WITHIN
TERRARIA
NEED FOR SPEED
MINECRAFT: PLAYSTATION EDITION
FORZA MOTORSPORT 6

 

Source: *UKIE

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