Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, the futuristic team-based shooter from developer and publisher Ubisoft, has managed to secure the number one position in the United Kingdom video game chart, defeating last week’s leader, Max Payne 3.
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
is the last big title to launch during the spring, ahead of a serious summer break for AAA releases, and Ubisoft will be happy to see that the changes it has made to the tactical shooter have caught on with players.
Max Payne 3, which was developed by Rockstar and published by 2K Games, has managed to slide down just one place in order to secure second while Dragon’s Dogma, an action role-playing game from Capcom and another new entry, is the game to round up the top three.
DiRT Showdown, the Codemaster rally game that introduces some arcade elements and gymkhana events, has managed to also do well during its first week on sale in order to capture fourth spot while FIFA 12
, the EA Sports made football simulation, seems immovable from its fifth place despite the changes in the rest of the chart.
Sniper Elite V2, the 505 Games published long-range shooter, has seen a drop of two places in order to reach sixth while Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, the first-person shooter from Activision and Infinity Ward, has once again a lock on seventh place.
Eighth place has gone to Prototype 2, an open-world game that at one point occupied the number one position, while the biggest drop of the week has been registered by Diablo III, the hack and slash game from Blizzard, which is now just in ninth, down from second.
The United Kingdom top ten is closed down by FIFA Street, which has slid down from third.
Battlefield 3, Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games and Assassin’s Creed: Revelations are out of the UK chart.