Bloodborne Wander

Bloodborne may have sparked some life and excitement into the industry over the last few weeks, but that hasn't been enough to help it to reach the top of the UK sales charts.

The PlayStation 4 exclusive missed out on first place by 22,500 units, as Battlefield Hardline secured the win for the second week in a row. We need to remember, though, that Visceral's cops and robbers shooter is a multiplatform release, so Bloodborne's performance still isn't to be sniffed at.

Both games beat out the usual bunch, including Grand Theft Auto V in fourth, FIFA 15 in fifth, and Dying Light in sixth. Meanwhile, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection shot into third, while The Order: 1886 climbed to tenth. Sadly, it looks like Class Zero's been dismissed, as Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, which debuted in second last week, slipped out of the top ten entirely.

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