FIFA 15 is a bit like a Jose Mourinho team at the minute: stubborn and utterly unbeatable. Despite the release of Alien: Isolation and DriveClub last week, neither could unsettle the soccer sim from its perch at the top of the UK sales charts. The former debuted in second, which may disappoint publisher SEGA a little seeing as it deployed on a Tuesday, while the latter entered in fifth.

In fact, we’re quite impressed by the Evolution Studios developed racer’s performance. With a PlayStation Plus subscription, it was much cheaper to buy the game digitally – and we would have assumed that most gamers would be waiting to try the delayed demo version before giving the retail release a spin. In that sense, we reckon that Sony will be pretty happy with the title’s performance.

Either way, it was a familiar story elsewhere on the charts, with Destiny and MineCraft rounding out the remaining top ten positions. Last week’s other major release, Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition, entered in 12th, which, honestly, is a miracle, considering that no one knew that it was even coming out. You can peruse the full list of movers and shakers through here.

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