Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, the first person shooter from Infinity Ward and Activision Blizzard, has managed to keep the number one position in the United Kingdom video game chart, building on its impressive performance during the first week.
The game has broken all records when it comes to revenue generated by an entertainment product during its first day on sale but the sales in the United Kingdom are a little under those seen by Call of Duty: Black Ops during the same period last year.
Assassin's Creed: Revelations, the top world action game from Ubisoft which wraps up the story of Ezio, has managed to take the second position on the podium during its first week on sales while The Elder Scrolls V: Skryim from Bethesda, which managed to sell 3.5 million units during the first day, is now in third, losing one position.
Saints Row: The Third, from developer Volition and publisher THQ, the madness infused open world game, also had a strong launch, coming in at number four and has managed the rare performance of making FIFA 12, the EA Sports made football simulation, drop one position to land in fifth.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, the last big Wii title from Nintendo, has managed to get sixth place in the video game chart during its launch week.
Battlefield 3, the game from Electronic Arts and DICE, has been the biggest loser of the week, coming from third place to eight in just one week, while Super Mario 3D Land, yet another new entry, has debuted in ninth place.
The top is closed down by Just Dance 3 from Ubisoft, which is down from fifth.
Zumba Fitness from 505 Games, Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception and Batman: Arkham City are now out of the United Kingdom top ten.