More and more people are purchasing games digitally from the PS Store these days, making Sony’s digital sales charts increasingly important information. While we can’t extract exact performance data from these, it is possible to compare titles side-by-side to see how they’re faring. Unsurprisingly, Call of Duty: Vanguard absolutely dominated in November, topping both the PlayStation 5 and PS4 charts in North America and Europe alike.
In fact, tastes were relatively consistent across regions: Battlefield 2042 and GTA Trilogy both came second and third respectively on the PS5. On the PS4, Europe preferred FIFA 22 to EA’s new first-person shooter, while NBA 2K22 came third on the last-gen console in North America. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy managed a top ten appearance in both territories on PS5, while Farming Simulator 22 fared incredibly well on both systems in Europe.
Elsewhere, Beat Saber continues to be the best-selling PSVR game, although Sniper Elite VR appears to be doing well – particularly in Europe. And for free-to-play games, it’s still Fortnite that’s out in front, although eFootball 2022 is being downloaded a lot in the Old World – even despite its well-documented, disastrous launch. You can find the full charts over on the PS Blog, but be sure to let us know what you’ve been playing and downloading in the comments section below.