Red Dead Redemption 2 retains the No.1 spot at UK physical games retail.
Sales fell 51% week-on-week, which is an impressive result for a AAA action game in its second week on the market. In fact, it is the most successful second week for a game recorded all year (all the more impressive when you consider that FIFA 19 had this year's biggest opening weekend).
The big new release in the charts this week is Football Manager 2019 from Sega. As a PC release, the game would have primarily sold digitally (it's No.1 in the Steam charts) but it was released physically as well, and debuts at No.9.
Just ahead of it at No.8 is the LEGO Harry Potter Collection. Although it's technically a re-entry (it was previously available on PS4), the game jumps 683% in sales on the back of its launch on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. The game arrives just in time for the new Fantastic Beasts movie next week, so expect it to hang around.
It's one of four LEGO games in the charts - with LEGO DC Super-Villains at No.12, LEGO The Incredibles at No.24 and LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 at No.32.
Also receiving a bump in sales this week - driven by a new platform release - is Diablo III: Eternal Collection. The game's arrival on Switch this week sees the Blizzard game reach No.12.
One new game that didn't chart this week is Taiko No Tatusujin: Drum 'n' Fun on Nintendo Switch. Although it does debut at No.11 in the Switch charts. There was a version of the game that came with its own drum accessory.