Fable Anniversary

Fable Anniversary debuts in UK chart top three

FIFA 14 back on top as Tomb Raider takes a tumble.

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FIFA 14 is once again on top of the UK multi-format sales charts, returning to its lofty perch after being dislodged last week by the Definitive Edition of Tomb Raider (which took at 57% dip in sales). It's the tenth time that EA's game has been on top of the league.

Lara's reboot now finds itself languishing in fourth, one place behind another re-released title, Fable Anniversary, which debuted in third this week. It's a re-release of the Xbox original from Lionhead Studios, and comes complete with The Lost Chapters expansion and visual overhaul. Call of Duty: Ghosts continues to sell, and returns to second (despite -15% sales).

Other than that we're looking at another relatively static chart, with Battlefield 4 (-26%) dropping slightly, and Grand Theft Auto V (+54%) rising in the opposite direction. It's a similar story across the board, with slight movement across the chart, but nothing substantial (except for perhaps Madden NFL 25, which re-entered the top twenty this week).

Fable Anniversary

The GfK Chart-Track top twenty is as follows:
1. FIFA 14 | EA
2. Call of Duty: Ghosts | Activision
3. Fable Anniversary | Microsoft
4. Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition | Square Enix
5. Lego Marvel Super Heroes | Warner Bros.
6. Grand Theft Auto V | Take 2
7. Battlefield 4 | EA
8. Minecraft | Microsoft
9. Killzone: Shadow Fall | Sony
10. Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag | Ubisoft
11. Gran Turismo 6 | Sony
12. Need for Speed: Rivals | EA
13. Batman: Arkham Orings | Warner Bros.
14. Madden NFL 25 | EA
15. NBA 2K14 | Take 2
16. WWE 2K14 | Take 2
17. Aliens: Colonial Marines | Sega
18. Football Manager 14 | Sega
19. Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes | Warner Bros.
20. Forza Motorsport 5 | Microsoft

Fable Anniversary

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