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Xbox Gameplay Chart: Black Ops Cold War is back in the top spot

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Exclusive: Xbox Gameplay Chart

Call of Duty continues to hold the top spots in the Xbox Gameplay Chart, with Black Ops Cold War now at 1st place, having booted Modern Warfare back to 2nd. Our latest Xbox Gameplay Chart also shows Star Wars: Squadrons re-joining the top 30, while Rec Room makes its first appearance in the top 40. Here is the top 40 Xbox Gameplay Chart for the week ending January 17th, 2021.

Position Game Publisher Last week
1icon Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Activision 2
2icon Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Activision 1
3icon Fortnite Epic Games 3
4icon Grand Theft Auto V Rockstar Games 4
5icon Minecraft Xbox Game Studios 5
6icon Rocket League Psyonix 6
7icon Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Ubisoft 7
8icon Apex Legends Electronic Arts 8
9icon Forza Horizon 4 Xbox Game Studios 10
10icon Destiny 2 Activision 9
11icon ROBLOX Roblox 13
12icon FIFA 21 (Xbox One) Electronic Arts 11
13icon Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Ubisoft 14
14icon Cyberpunk 2077 CD Projekt 12
15icon Overwatch: Origins Edition Blizzard Entertainment 15
16icon Star Wars Battlefront II Electronic Arts 18
17icon Halo: The Master Chief Collection Xbox Game Studios 16
18icon Sea of Thieves Xbox Game Studios 20
19icon Gears 5 Xbox Game Studios 17
20icon ARK: Survival Evolved Reverb Publishing 19
21icon Red Dead Redemption 2 Rockstar Games 21
22icon NBA 2K21 (Xbox One) 2K Sports 22
23icon Madden NFL 21 (Xbox One) Electronic Arts 23
24icon Dead by Daylight 505 Games 24
25icon The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition Bethesda Softworks 25
26icon Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Electronic Arts 31
27icon PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Microsoft 26
28icon Star Wars: Squadrons Electronic Arts RE
29icon Injustice 2 Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment 27
30icon SMITE Hi-Rez Studios 28
31icon Battlefield V Electronic Arts 29
32icon FIFA 20 Electronic Arts 30
33icon Minecraft (Win 10) Xbox Game Studios 32
34icon For Honor Ubisoft 33
35icon DayZ Bohemia Interactive 37
36icon Halo 5: Guardians Xbox Game Studios 34
37icon Rec Room Rec Room
38icon Skate 3 Electronic Arts 36
39icon Madden NFL 20 Electronic Arts 38
40icon Call of Duty: Black Ops III Activision 40
Chart compiled using gameplay data from over 2.5 million active Xbox accounts.

A little lower down the chart, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has hopped up one space to 13th. The game not too long ago had a major update which brought a number of fixes to quests, activities, and much more, so presumably some players hopped back into the game to try it out once more and find out if their issues were fixed. If not, Ubisoft has also updated the list of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla known issues and outlined which are actually likely to be fixed in a future patch, so more players may be heading back to Valhalla once those’re fixed. Cyberpunk 2077, meanwhile, has dropped 2 places to 14th. Recently, Marcin Iwinski, co founder of CD Projekt Red, issued an apology for the console launch of Cyberpunk 2077 and outlined the team’s plans to make it better. As outlined by this timeline, the game’s Xbox Series X|S update should be arriving in the second half of this year, and perhaps we will see Cyberpunk 2077 move back up the charts then.

Sea of Thieves has jumped up to 18th after its Gold & Glory weekend offered players double reputation and gold, while Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has hopped up five places to 26th after its Xbox Series X|S optimisation update. Just below, Star Wars: Squadrons pops up at 28th, presumably having been boosted by being one of last weekend’s free-to-play Xbox games. Below Squadrons, there’s a spate of games falling down the chart, with Injustice 2, Smite, Battlefield V, Fifa 20, Minecraft (Win 10) and For Honor all dropping to 29th, 30th, 31st, 32nd, 33rd, and 34th respectively, while free Xbox game Rec Room — which offers an easy 700 Gamerscore — makes its first appearance at 37th.

Xbox Gameplay Chart: Black Ops Cold War is back in the top spot
Xbox Gameplay Chart: Black Ops Cold War is back in the top spot

No Man’s Sky and Little Nightmares are this week’s two disappearances. Looking ahead, meanwhile, we have Hitman 3 out in just a few days on January 20th, with The Medium out and joining Xbox Game Pass on January 28th, and Control’s Ultimate Edition coming to Xbox Series X|S in February, not to mention the rest of January’s Xbox Game Pass additions. Which do you think will make it to the top ten next? Let us know in the comments!

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