First-person shooter Overwatch is the UK's No.1 game for a second week, with sales dropping 54 per cent over its launch week.
Uncharted 4 and Doom are also unmoved at No.2 and No.3 respectively, with FIFA 16 also proving popular as the nation once again dares to dream ahead of the Euros, rising 65 per cent to No.4.
Dead Island: Definitive Edition is new at No.5, and could perform well digitally where consumers are able to purchase the remastered games individually. Deep Silver's other major title Homefront: The Revolution continues to slide, however, falling six places to No.10.
Elsewhere One Piece: Burning Blood is new at No.37, whilst 2K's Battleborn is struggling with the Overwatch heat, dropping nine places to No.29.
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Mirror's Edge Catalyst will need to chart at No.1 if EA's decision to return to the free-running action title is to be deemed a good call. Elsewhere Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter could also discover a way into the top 10, though Kirby: Planet Robobot from Nintendo will also be hoping for a top 10 debut.