Xbox Gameplay Chart, July 8th 2019: Surprise Return for Warframe and Fallout 4 By Sam Quirke, 08 Jul 2019 CommentsAs we still drag ourselves sweating and screaming through the summer months, thirsting for new releases and excuses to be indoors this winter, not much is moving on the Xbox Gameplay Chart. There are a few surprises though...PositionGamePublisherLast week1 FortniteEpic Games12 MinecraftMicrosoft Studios23 Apex LegendsElectronic Arts64 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six SiegeUbisoft35 Grand Theft Auto VRockstar46 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4Activision57 Rocket LeaguePsyonix78 ROBLOXRoblox Corporation89 Forza Horizon 4Microsoft Studios910 NBA 2K192K Sports1111 FIFA 19Electronic Arts1012 Destiny 2Activision1213 Overwatch: Origins EditionBlizzard Entertainment1314 PlayerUnknown's BattlegroundsMicrosoft1415 Red Dead Redemption 2Rockstar1616 ARK: Survival EvolvedReverb Publishing1817 Battlefield VElectronic Arts1718 Minecraft: Xbox One EditionMicrosoft Studios1919 Borderlands 22K Games1520 Dead by DaylightStarbreeze2121 Gears of War 4Microsoft Studios2022 Call of Duty: Black Ops IIIActivision2223 Sea of ThievesMicrosoft Studios2324 Mortal Kombat 11Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment2625 Halo: The Master Chief CollectionMicrosoft Studios2726 Tom Clancy's The Division 2Ubisoft2527 For HonorUbisoft2828 NHL 19Electronic Arts2429 INSIDEPlaydead-30 Halo 5: GuardiansMicrosoft Studios2931 SMITEHi-Rez Studios3132 Call of Duty: Black Ops IIActivision3333 Star Wars Battlefront IIElectronic Arts3034 BrawlhallaUbisoft3235 WarframeDigital ExtremesRE36 Call of Duty: WWIIActivision3637 Madden NFL 19EA Games3838 Fallout 4Bethesda SoftworksRE39 Assassin's Creed OdysseyUbisoft3540 Fallout 76Bethesda Softworks34Chart information is copyright TrueGaming Network. For details on how the chart is calculated, click here.The biggest winners in this week's chart are the publishing deal-makers. See, there are only three significant movers in this week's chart, and all of them are older games that have been given a boost by a new deal. First we have the iconic INSIDE, which like most Games With Gold additions shoots into the charts despite being many years old. Secondly, we have Warframe. The free-to-pay sci-fi MMO is continually popular, but not normally enough to crack the top 40 — but it turns up now presumably because of the latest contest. Just playing the game at all can earn players the chance for a trip to space (thanks, PCGamesN).Maybe most revealing of all is the return of Fallout 4 to the Gameplay Chart. There is only one plausible reason why Fallout 4 would return to the playing field, despite being in Xbox Game Pass for several months, and that's because it is involved in this month's Xbox Game Pass quests. Remember this chart isn't just a sampling of TrueAchievements users, but of Xbox players in general. So that means that even outside of the points-hunting types drawn to our own site, Xbox gamers are adopting Game Pass in enough numbers for a game like Fallout 4 to make a re-entry into the chart. Moreover, Microsoft's initiative to promote Xbox Game Pass quests as a way to promote Microsoft Rewards points is clearly working out.So in a dry month for new releases, three pretty old games have managed to gain ground just through canny marketing choices. It might not be much, but as the industry starts to study gameplay data as much as point-of-sale profits these are interesting test cases for how to retain an audience on a legacy product.Industry NewsXbox One Written by Sam QuirkeSam has been a Newshound since 2016 and is now the Editor for both TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies. He loves gaming on all devices and in all genres. He remains a stubborn Assassin's Creed and Pokémon fan.