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U.K. Sales Charts

Battlefield 4 fights its way back to the top spot on the new U.K. Top 20 PC Entertainment chart published by GfK Chart Track for the week ending July 12th, while Football Manager 2014 falls off the chart entirely after being number one last week, which can probably be chalked up to how the World Cup played out. Watch out for Watch Dogs on the all platforms chart, as the open-world action game returns to number one, while Sniper Elite III drops to number two. Here's a rundown:

After 3 weeks at No2 ‘Watch Dogs’ (-18%) returns to top spot claiming its 4th No1 crown.

With almost no new releases this week familiar faces shuffle around the Top 10. ‘Sniper Elite 3’ (-53%) drops down to No2 holding off ‘FIFA 14’ (-3%) which is less than 100 sales behind. ‘Wolfenstein: The New Order’ (+6%) climbs a place to No4 thanks to retail promotions. The PS4 version is the biggest beneficiary with an increase of just over 19% on last week.

EA’s ‘Titanfall’ (-15%) slips down to No5 just ahead of ‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’ (+3%) which is static at No6. Both ‘Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition’ (+0%) and ‘Minecraft: PS3 Edition’ (-3%) move up to No7 and No8 respectively. Nintendo’s ‘Tomodachi Life’ (-5%) for 3DS moves into its highest position since its launch six weeks ago at No9. After a seven week absence ‘Battlefield 4’ (+21%) moves back in to the Top 10 another title to benefit from price promotions in this week’s chart.

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