Xbox Gameplay Chart: Week Ending December 9th, 2018 By Rebecca Smith, 10 Dec 2018 CommentsIt's the second week of our Xbox Gameplay Chart showing the top 20 most played games on Xbox. Did Red Dead Redemption 2 keep the top spot? Which new titles are in the chart, and which aren't? You can see the top 20 most played games in the full chart below, with red and green arrows representing the movers, blue dashes for those that have stayed put, and orange stars for the new entries.Xbox Gameplay Chart: December 3rd - 9th, 2018PositionGamePublisherLast week1 Red Dead Redemption 2Rockstar12 FortniteEpic Games33 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4Activision24 Forza Horizon 4Microsoft Game Studios45 Destiny 2Activision76 Battlefield VElectronic Arts67 Fallout 76Bethesda Softworks58 Rocket LeaguePsyonix99 FIFA 19Electronic Arts810 PlayerUnknown's BattlegroundsMicrosoft1011 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six SiegeUbisoft1412 Assassin's Creed OdysseyUbisoft1113 Overwatch: Origins EditionBlizzard Entertainment1214 MinecraftMicrosoft Studios1515 Grand Theft Auto VRockstar1316 AshenAnnapurna Interactive-17 Battlefield 1EA Games1618 Mortal Kombat XWarner Bros. Interactive Entertainment-19 Mutant Year Zero: Road to EdenFuncom-20 Q.U.B.E. 2Trapped Nerve Games-Chart information is copyright TrueGaming Network. For details on how the chart is calculated, click here.Yes, Red Dead Redemption 2 kept the top spot by a decisive margin. Fortnite climbs up a place to take #2, likely helped along by the start of Season 7, while Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 manages to hold on at #3.At the bottom of the table, Xbox Game Pass has quite an impact, making sure both Ashen and Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden enter into the chart in their release week. It's also likely to be responsible for Mortal Kombat X climbing a large number of places to make its debut in the top 20 at #18. Meanwhile, Games With Gold is responsible for the final new entry, as Q.U.B.E. 2 also climbs significantly to debut at #20.The games that have fallen out of the chart this week are Spyro Reignited Trilogy, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Gears of War 4, and Star Wars Battlefront II. None of these titles have fallen far, and all stand a decent chance of making it back into the chart another time.You may all have noticed a surprising omission, though. Arguably the biggest of last week's new releases, Just Cause 4 is nowhere to be seen. The title only just clipped into the top 50 and will need a much better performance to stand a chance of hitting the top 20.Don't forget to tune in to see what next week brings, and in the meantime, you can subscribe to get alerts for all future Xbox Gameplay Charts here.Chart Written by Rebecca SmithRebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.