Ever since it was first revealed, Titanfall has been heralded as a "killer app" for the Xbox One, as one of just a handful of games that will sell Microsoft's console. Even the most ambitious of predictions is unlikely to have picked this one, though: Xbox One hardware sales jumped more than 96% in the UK last week.
We also have a new #2, with Dark Souls II debuting one spot higher than its predecessor did back in 2011, pushing South Park: The Stick of Truth down to #3 and FIFA 14 all the way down to #6 - the first time it's been out of the top five since launch.
|1||Titanfall||PEGI 16+||EA Games|
|2||Dark Souls II||PEGI 16+||Bandai Namco Games|
|1||3||South Park: The Stick of Truth||PEGI 18+||Ubisoft|
|4||4||The Lego Movie Videogame||PEGI 7+||Warner Bros. Interactive|
|2||5||Thief||PEGI 18+||Square Enix|
|5||6||FIFA 14||PEGI 3+||EA Sports|
|3||7||Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare||PEGI 7+||EA Games|
|6||8||Call of Duty: Ghosts||PEGI 16+||Activision|
|7||9||Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition||PEGI 7+||Microsoft|
|8||10||Battlefield 4||PEGI 18+||EA Games|
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