LEGO Dimensions outsells NBA 2K16 but lags behind FIFA

FIFA 16 remains top of the all-format gaming chart, despite a 74% drop in weekly sales.

LEGO Dimensions enters the chart in second, and comfortably outperforms its toys-to-life rivals, making more week one sales than Disney Infinity 3.0 and Skylanders: Superchargers.

LEGO Dimensions is the third biggest-selling toys-to-life game at launch, behind only Skylanders Giants and Skylanders Swap Force.

NBA 2K16 enters in third, generating 53% more week one sales than NBA 2K15.

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer is the next highest new entry at six, charting below Destiny: The Taken King and Forza Motorsport 6.

After experiencing a number of issues at launch, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 only manages to debut at 12, below Mad Max and PES 2016.

The all-format chart in full:
1. (1) FIFA 16 (EA Sports)
2. (-) LEGO Dimensions (Warner Bros Interactive)
3. (-) NBA 2K16 (2K Sports)
4. (2) Destiny: The Taken King (Activision)
5. (3) Forza Motorsport 6 (Microsoft)
6. (-) Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer (Nintendo)
7. (5) Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain (Konami)
8. (4) Skylanders Superchargers (Activision)
9. (8) Grand Theft Auto 5 (Rockstar)
10. (7) Mad Max (Warner Bros Interactive)
11. (6) PES 2016 (Konami)
12. (-) Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 (Activision)
13. (10) LEGO Jurassic World (Warner Bros Interactive)
14. (12) Disney Infinity 3.0 (Disney)
15. (11) Super Mario Maker (Nintendo)
16. (18) Rugby World Cup 2015 (Ubisoft)
17. (13) Minecraft: Xbox Edition (Microsoft)
18. (9) Call of Duty: Ghosts (Activision)
19. (14) Minecraft: PlayStation Edition (Sony)
20. (16) Gears of War: Ultimate Edition (Microsoft)

Leisure software charts compiled by Chart Track, (C) 2015 Ukie Ltd.

This gaming chart can be discussed here