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Battlefield 3 still behind Call of Duty on XBL chart

More people played Black Ops and MW2 last week.

Battlefield 3 has failed to knock Call of Duty from its perch on top of the weekly Xbox Live activity chart.

EA's pretender debuted in third place behind both Modern Warfare 2 and Black Ops. Gears of War 3 came in fourth and FIFA 12 in fifth.

Here's the full global unique user chart, as seen on Major Nelson's blog:

  1. Call of Duty: Black Ops
  2. Modern Warfare 2
  3. Battlefield 3
  4. Gears of War 3
  5. FIFA 12
  6. Halo: Reach
  7. Batman: Arkham City
  8. Madden NFL 12
  9. Forza Motorsport 4
  10. GTA IV
  11. Call of Duty 4
  12. NBA 2K12
  13. FIFA Soccer 11
  14. NHL12
  15. Halo 3
  16. Battlefield: Bad Co. 2
  17. Call of Duty: WaW
  18. NCAA Football 12
  19. Dead Island
  20. Red Dead Redemption

Over on the Xbox Live Arcade sales chart, Dungeon Defenders took the top spot, with new entry Daytona USA crossing the finish line in second place. Here's how everything else lined up:

  1. Dungeon Defenders
  2. Daytona USA
  3. Pinball FX2
  4. Real Stell
  5. Dead Rising 2: Case West
  6. Dead Rising 2: Case Zero
  7. Zombie Apocalypse: Never Die Alone
  8. Bejeweled 3
  9. NBA Jam: On Fire Edition
  10. Fruit Ninja Kinect
  11. Castle Crashers
  12. Guardian Heroes
  13. Orcs Must Die!
  14. Toy Soldiers: Cold War
  15. Trials HD
  16. The War of the Worlds
  17. Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
  18. Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012
  19. Worms: Ultimate Mayhem
  20. Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection

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