UK Charts 19/05/14 – Titanfall Falls As FIFA Rises To The Top

Could it be that Titanfall’s recent dominance of the UK charts is coming to an end? The game has had but a single brief interruption to its time at the top over the past month, and then only to the release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. However, it falls from the top spot this week, not to a new challenger, but to the dogged veteran that is FIFA 14.

FIFA 14 has now set a record for the number of weeks a FIFA game has spent at the top of the charts, with a sustained popularity as the football season closes and we approach the World Cup in Brazil this summer. However, this was generally a week of decline, without a major blockbuster release to grab people’s attentions and tempt them into opening their wallets. The next few weeks should put paid to that, but the only notable launch was that of Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition, which popped into 3rd place ahead of the much older Xbox 360 version.


Below that point, it’s your usual smattering of major releases of the last year or so, and you can’t take a step without stumbling over a LEGO game or 3.

  1. FIFA 14 – Electronic Arts
  2. Titanfall – Electronic Arts
  3. Minecraft: Playstation 3 Edition – Sony Computer Ent.
  4. Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition – Microsoft
  5. 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil – Electronic Arts
  6. Call of Duty: Ghosts – Activision Blizzard
  7. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – Activision Blizzard
  8. The LEGO Movie Videogame – Warner Bros. Interactive
  9. Battlefield 4 – Electronic Arts
  10. Grand Theft Auto V – Take 2
  11. Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare – Electronic Arts
  12. LEGO The Hobbit – Warner Bros. Interactive
  13. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Warner Bros. Interactive
  14. inFamous: Second Son – Sony Computer Ent.
  15. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes – Konami
  16. Kirby: Triple Deluxe – Nintendo
  17. Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – Ubisoft
  18. Thief – Square Enix Europe
  19. Bound By Flame – Koch Media
  20. Batman: Arkham Origins – Warner Bros. Interactive

Source: UKIE



  1. Yawn

  2. I’d be much more interested in a chart of downloadable games. There’s never anything surprising in the retail chart. Admittedly, getting this info out of Sony, Microsoft, whoever is another thing.

  3. Has Colonial Marines finally been banished from the charts? I think they made more copies than there are 360’s/ps3’s.

    • Down at 31, apparently, hanging around like a stale fart.

      • Ha ha, my local Asda has been selling it for £5 for well over 6 months at least. Eventually everyone will have bought a copy.

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