Call Of Duty: Black Ops II has entered the UK charts at number one, pushing out last week's champ Halo 4. The Xbox 360 version of Black Ops II proved to be the most popular, with 60 percent of sales. The PlayStation 3 took just 38 percent. The Vita version of the game, Black Ops Declassified, debuted at number 16.
It's no surprise to see Black Ops II at the top of the UK charts. Last week, publisher Activision revealed that the game has generated half-a-billion dollars in day-one revenue. That's a marked increase over Modern Warfare 3, which took home $400 million in day-one revenue.
The Sims 3: Seasons' number nine spot marks the only other new entry in this week's top 10. Some releases that didn't quite make it include Sony's Wonderbook, which entered at 25; Codemaster's F1 Race Stars, which entered at 26; and Sega's Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed, which entered at 27.