The Last Best-Sellers Of The PlayStation Store In 2019 Revealed

Sony revealed which games were sold the most in the last month of 2019 on PlayStation Store .

As always, we’ll cover two regions, starting with Europe, and then comparing it to the US/North American region. We’ll only list the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation VR lists, as the DLC and free-to-play charts are dominated by Fortnite…

PlayStation 4 (Europe; last month’s position in brackets)

  1. Grand Theft Auto V (6)
  2. EA Sports FIFA 20 (2)
  3. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (1)
  4. Tekken 7
  5. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (4)
  6. Star Wars Battlefront II (15)
  7. Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition (12)
  8. Rocket League (13)
  9. Need for Speed Heat
  10. EA Sports UFC 3 (11)
  11. The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt (ismét a listán)
  12. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege (10)
  13. Red Dead Redemption 2 (6)
  14. The Forest
  15. The Sims 4 (16)
  16. Resident Evil 2 Remake (17)
  17. NBA 2K20 (18)
  18. Marvel’s Spider-Man (7)
  19. GT Sport
  20. Need for Speed


We can find the usual suspects on the podium: the new Call of Duty lost the lead and slid back to third, FIFA 20 continues to keep its second position, and Grand Theft Auto V jumped from sixth to first. Tekken 7’s fourth place is understandable, as the game got its new characters announced (they would be Ganryu, Leroy Smith, and Fahkumram). Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order continues to run circles around Star Wars: Battlefront II, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s 11th position shows that the Netflix series has a significant impact. (We already wrote about the Amazon and Steam successes.) The new Need For Speed pulled in the 2015 reboot, and even Gran Turismo Sport, into the end of the list.

PlayStation VR (Europe)

  1. Beat Saber (1)
  2. Blood & Truth (1)
  3. Job Simulator (4)
  4. Superhot VR (6)
  5. Astro Bot Rescue Mission (3)
  6. Until Dawn Rush of Blood
  7. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR
  8. Farpoint
  9. Doom VFR
  10. Batman: Arkham VR


We don’t understand how two games are listed as first in November, so we quickly took a screencap of this mistake:

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  1. Fortnite – The Wavebreaker Pack (1)
  2. Fortnite – Polar Legends Pack (NEW)
  3. Fortnite: Save the World – Standard Founder’s Pack (3)
  4. GTA Online: Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack (4)
  5. Star Wars Battlefront II: Celebration Edition Upgrade (NEW)
  6. Fortnite – Darkfire Bundle (2)
  7. Read Dead Online: One Time Special Offer – 25 Gold Bars (NEW)
  8. Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps – Season Pass (7)
  9. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Expansion Pass (9)
  10. DayZ Livonia (NEW)



  1. Fortnite (1)
  2. Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 Lite (4)
  3. Destiny 2 (NEW)
  4. Apex Legends (3)
  5. Cuisine Royale (NEW)
  6. Brawlhalla (2)
  7. Playroom VR (RE)
  8. Hitman 2 – Free Starter Pack (NEW)
  9. Dragon ball Xenoverse 2 Lite version (New)
  10. World of Warships: Legends (5)


Beat Saber’s success is undeniable – no wonder Facebook (via Oculus) has acquired the dev team. The previous VR hits have also shown up in the second half of the list. As the PlayStation VR has been confirmed to have more than five million units sold, we can’t ignore virtual reality. Let’s see how the US charts differ from ours.

PlayStation 4 (US – no previous month position disclosed in the list):

  1. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
  2. Grand Theft Auto 5
  3. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
  4. NBA 2K20
  5. Star Wars Battlefront 2
  6. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
  7. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
  8. Madden NFL 20
  9. Minecraft
  10. Marvel’s Spider-Man
  11. Need for Speed Heat
  12. FIFA 20
  13. Red Dead Redemption 2
  14. God of War
  15. UFC3
  16. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
  17. Resident Evil 2
  18. The Forest
  19. Rocket League
  20. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint


The 2019 Call of Duty, as well as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has seen more success here than in Europe, and Americans aren’t as fond as soccer/football as we are. Instead, they pushed basketball (NBA 2K20) to 4th place. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has sneaked into 7th place, confirming the impact of the Netflix series (which also gave a bit of boost to Andrzej Sapkowski, the writer of The Witcher books). Tekken 7 seems to be nowhere, and Rocket League is just barely on the list. Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is not even on the EU list, with the US chart barely having it in 20th.

PlayStation VR (US)

  1. Beat Saber
  2. Superhot VR
  3. Job Simulator
  4. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR
  5. Arizona Sunshine
  6. Batman: Arkham VR
  7. Creed: Rise to Glory
  8. Astro Bot Rescue Mission
  9. Blood & Truth
  10. Until Dawn: Rush of Blood


The games are mostly the same, sans Doom VFR and Farpoint, who got replaced by Arizona Sunshine and Creed: Rise to Glory.


    1. Fortnite – Polar Legends Pack
    2. Fortnite – The Wavebreaker Pack
    3. Star Wars Battlefront II: Celebration Edition Upgrade
    4. Fortnite – Darkfire Bundle
    5. Fortnite: Save the World – Standard Founder’s Pack
    6. Red Dead Online: One Time Special Offer – 25 Gold Bars
    7. Destiny 2: Shadowkeep
    8. Dragon Ball FighterZ – Broly (DBS)
    9. Beat Saber – Green Day Music Pack
    10. Mortal Kombat 11 Kombat Pack



  1. Fortnite
  2. Apex Legends
  3. Brawlhalla
  4. Dauntless
  5. Warframe
  6. America’s Army: Proving Grounds
  7. DC Universe Online
  8. 3 on 3 Freestyle
  9. Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation 2
  10. H1Z1: Battle Royale


In 2020, there are a few more major exclusives on the PlayStation 4 that is slowly walking into the sunset with its currently 106 million sales: The Last of Us Part II and Ghost of Tsushima could still give the aged console a bit of a boost.

Source: PlayStation Blog EU, PlayStation Blog US

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