There’s just no stopping it, is there? Grand Theft Auto V has topped the PlayStation Store sales charts in Europe and North America for July, almost five years after its original release. The title was presumably buoyed by the After Hours expansion that launched recently for Grand Theft Auto Online, although Red Dead Redemption 2 enthusiasm may be working in its favour as well.

Football may have taken a short break after the World Cup in Europe, but FIFA 18 managed to take second position in the European PlayStation 4 charts, while a different kind of soccer charted highly in North America: the evergreen Rocket League. No Man’s Sky enjoyed a bump in both territories, while Fortnite dominated the free-to-play and DLC charts.

Elsewhere, the excellent Skyrim VR topped the PlayStation VR charts in Europe, while Rick & Morty: Virtual Rick-ality took the honours overseas. The Persistence did manage to sneak its way into the lower end of the top ten in the Old World – well deserved. For more information, you can browse the full PS Store Sales Charts for Europe and North America through the respective links. 

[via blog.us.playstation.com, blog.eu.playstation.com]