The PlayStation Store (PS Store) is home to some of the biggest and best games around, and last month was no different. The Last of Us: Part II managed to grab the top spot on the PS4 charts across North America and Europe, despite competition from some older titles like Minecraft, FIFA 23, and Red Dead Redemption 2. However, this dominance comes with good reason.

HBO’s TV adaptation of The Last of Us 2 has been a massive success, and the attention it has garnered has contributed to the game’s surge in sales. In addition to that, the PS Store offered a heavy discount for the game, making it an attractive proposition for many gamers who may not have played it before.

On the PS5 side of things, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor takes the crown across both North America and Europe, with Dead Island 2 being the runner-up in both regions. New releases such as EA Sports PGA Tour and Resident Evil 4 make up the rest of the chart, with the Dredge sneaking into the European charts in tenth place.

Fortnite and Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 remain the two most popular free-to-play games, as expected. On the PSVR2 front, Creed: Rise to Glory Championship Edition sits atop the North American chart, while Pavlov VR claims the number one spot in Europe. These two games swap positions in the opposite region’s chart.

The PS Store sales charts give a real insight into which games have been popular across the previous month. While some of the titles may be older, they remain steadfast favourites for many. However, we are also seeing a rise in the popularity of new releases like Resident Evil 4 and Dead Island 2.

The full charts are available to view on the PS Blog. What games did you get digitally last month? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.


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