In news that will surprise precisely no-one Call of Duty: Black Ops III hits number one in the UK games charts.
EA’s FIFA 16 climbs to number two as Need for Speed enters at number three and pushes Halo 5 down to fourth.
Notably Nintendo’s Mario Kart 7 re-enters the top twenty by arriving at number fourteen. This was quite possibly spurred on by the £49 2DS deal that Tesco (mistakenly?) did.
Interestingly for Black Ops 3, this was the first time in six iterations that A Call of Duty game has launched on a Friday instead of a Tuesday. And in terms of revenue generated by number 1s Black Ops 3 ranks in at number fourteen.