Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst debuts in second place

Blizzard’s competitive shooter Overwatch is the all-format number one for a third week running.

That’s despite the launch of new challenger Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, which has to settle for second.

EA will be hoping Catalyst does as well as the original Mirror’s Edge, which only made 60% of its lifetime sales in its first 12 weeks. Most games sell 60% of all copies by this time, so Mirror’s Edge was considered a sleeper hit.

Elsewhere, Doom holds on to the third spot for another week, while Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End drops to fourth.

Next up is FIFA 16 in fifth, followed by GTA 5, Tom Clancy’s The Division and UEFA Euro 2016 Pro Evolution Soccer.

Dead Island Definitive Edition and Ratchet and Clank round out the top ten, while Nintendo scores a new entry with Kirby: Planet Robobot at 15.

The all-formats top-ten chart in full:

1. Overwatch – Blizzard / Activision
2. Mirror’s Edge Catalyst – DICE / EA
3. Doom – id Software / Bethesda
4. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End – Naughty Dog / Sony
5. FIFA 16 – EA Canada / EA
6. Grand Theft Auto V – Rockstar / Take 2
7. The Division – Massive / Ubisoft
8. Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 – Konami / Konami
9. Dead Island Definitive – Techland / Deep Silver
10. Ratchet & Clank – Insomniac / Sony

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