Xbox Gameplay Chart, Week Ending 20 October 19 By Heidi Nicholas, 21 Oct 2019 CommentsThere's a little more movement in our chart this week, although it's no surprise to see Fortnite remain at no. 1. Following Season X ending with the entire map being sucked into a black hole and a complete media blackout, Fortnite returned with Chapter 2. Chapter 2 included new aquatic gameplay amongst other changes, along with a brand new map to use them on. Fortnite's disappearance and reappearance sparked interest across all media. Lady GaGa even briefly tuned in to find out what was going on, even though she apparently didn't know what Fortnite was. The hugely popular Minecraft also remains as immovable as ever in the second spot. There's a little more movement lower down as titles shuffle up and down the top 40.Here is the top 40 Xbox Gameplay Chart for the week ending 20 October 2019.PositionGamePublisherLast week1 FortniteEpic Games12 MinecraftMicrosoft Studios23 Apex LegendsElectronic Arts44 Grand Theft Auto VRockstar35 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six SiegeUbisoft56 Destiny 2Activision67 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4Activision88 ROBLOXRoblox Corporation109 Rocket LeaguePsyonix1210 Borderlands 32K Games711 Gears 5Xbox Game Studios912 FIFA 20Electronic Arts1113 Friday the 13th: The GameGun Media-14 Forza Horizon 4Microsoft Studios1315 Overwatch: Origins EditionBlizzard Entertainment1616 World War ZMad Dog Games1417 Red Dead Redemption 2Rockstar1518 NBA 2K202K Sports1719 PlayerUnknown's BattlegroundsMicrosoft1820 Madden NFL 20Electronic Arts2021 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon BreakpointUbisoft1922 Battlefield VElectronic Arts2223 Call of Duty: Black Ops IIIActivision2724 ARK: Survival EvolvedReverb Publishing2325 Dead by DaylightStarbreeze2526 FIFA 19Electronic Arts2427 Sea of ThievesMicrosoft Studios2928 Tom Clancy's The Division 2UbisoftRE29 Mortal Kombat 11Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment2130 For HonorUbisoft2831 Jump ForceBandai Namco2632 SMITEHi-Rez Studios3233 Halo: The Master Chief CollectionMicrosoft Studios3134 Call of Duty: Black Ops IIActivision3435 Star Wars Battlefront IIElectronic Arts3736 Minecraft: Xbox One EditionMicrosoft Studios3337 Monster Hunter: WorldCAPCOM CO., LTD.3038 Call of Duty: WWIIActivision3639 NBA 2K192K Sports3540 Halo 5: GuardiansMicrosoft Studios39Chart information is copyright TrueGaming Network. For details on how the chart is calculated, click here.Apex Legends and Grand Theft Auto V have switched places. Apex Legends' slight rise might be due to its new Shadowfall mode and Fight or Fright event, both of which have just started. Shadowfall takes the fight beyond death, as Legends are brought back as the undead to fight again in the Shadow Squad. Shadowfall and Fight or Fright run until November 5th, so it'll be interesting to see whether Apex Legends holds its spot at no. 3. Rocket League, meanwhile, has jumped up three spaces to no. 9. This could perhaps be because of its new Stranger Things-themed Haunted Hallows, which brings Farmstead to The Upside Down. It's less clear why Borderlands 3 and Gears 5 have moved a couple of ranks down. Both have had recent changes. Gears 5 got its first DLC character drop a few days ago, and week three of the Borderlands Anniversary Celebration kicked off recently with "Show Me the Eridium", so it'll be interesting to see whether these changes cause the titles to move back up next week. Friday the 13th: The Game makes its first appearance in the chart, coming in at — fittingly — no.13. This is probably due to its inclusion with Games with Gold for October; it remains available until November 15th. Red Dead Redemption 2 has dropped a few places to no. 15. Red Dead 2's massive update for Online, which came out a month ago and added the possibility for players to be Bounty Hunters, Traders, or Collectors, reignited excitement for online. Rockstar continue to add weekly Legendary Bounties, whilst last week's update added role-specific rewards along with minor additions, such as a new breed of dog for a camp dog. Perhaps these weekly updates will take RDR2 further up the chart next week. Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, meanwhile, has moved down two places to no.21, and perhaps this reflects the lukewarm reviews it's been getting since launch. Call of Duty: Black Ops III has risen four places to no. 23, perhaps in anticipation of the release of Modern Warfare this Friday. The Division 2 made its re-entrance into a spot at no. 28, which is probably due to its inclusion on the Free to Play Days over the weekend. Mortal Kombat 11 has dropped eight places to no. 29. Its free weekend ended October 14th, the same day as our last chart, which perhaps explains its drop this week. It has its own seasonal event running from October 25th to November 5th, bringing four new boss fights, so maybe its position will have changed next week. Lastly, Monster Hunter: World has dropped seven places to no. 37, despite the addition of a new region and new monster.Two massively anticipated games are releasing this week: The Outer Worlds and Modern Warfare. Both games release on Friday, and so we may be seeing a lot more movement in the chart next week. How high do you think they'll rank? Will either of them challenge Minecraft or Fortnite? Let us know what you think in the comments!ChartXbox One View comments Written by Heidi NicholasHey, I'm Heidi! I've just finished studying a Masters in English Literature, but I've been obsessed with gaming since long before then. I began on the PS2 with Spyro, before graduating to the Xbox 360 and disappearing into Skyrim. I'm now a loyal RPG fan, but I still like to explore other genres — when I'm not playing Assassin's Creed Odyssey, or being lured back into Red Dead Redemption 2 or The Witcher 3!