June's North American and European charts for the PS Store are in, and there's an interesting battle at the very top. On the PS5 charts, The Quarry and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order both earn themselves a number one and number two spot; Supermassive's horror adventure clinches it in the US, while Europe favours the Souls-lite action title.
Over on the PS4 download charts, North America came out in force for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge, putting it in first place. Across the pond, the beat-'em-up landed in fourth, but it's a strong start either way. Predictably, FIFA 22 takes the crown in Europe. Other games that are among the top five across regions and platforms are usual suspects like GTA 5, Minecraft, and NBA 2K22.
As for PSVR, there's no change at the top with Beat Saber, Job Simulator, and Superhot VR on the podium. The free-to-play chart shows that Fall Guys is truly back in business — it boasted 50 million players since going free, so there's no question it's still popular.
You can see all the charts yourself on the PS Blog. Which games did you download in June? Tell us in the comments section below.
TMNT: Shredder's Revenge also dominated the Nintendo eshop charts staying at no. 1 download-only and overall for a few weeks and is still 2nd on the 'download only chart and 3rd overall. Taking the top spot for PS4 in NA and probably doing well on Xbox also pretty much guarantees the game is a success. Hopefully we get some DLC and a sequel.
Its nice that cinematic story driven games are selling well. I grew up with adventure games. I wouldn't pay full price rn though
Just played through The Quarry via couch co-op with my GF. I liked it as much if not more than Until Dawn. I feel like more of the main characters were more well rounded, rather than just stereotypes that, for the most part, they never grow out of. Really made me care about them a lot more.
Jedi Fallen Order is a bit random.
I presume it was on sale, but I find it odd that the article doesn't even refer to the fact that the games is two and a half years old.
Sale. Deluxe Edition is £13, plus Obi Wan Kenobi being called a worse live action Jedi Fallen Order all over the internet. People who missed it must be taking this chance to jump on it while the Star Wars hype is strong.
Worth it for anyone who hasn't played btw.
I really wish Push Square would work on the formatting of these articles. It would be so much easier and more appealing to read in a list rather than paragraphs of text. Your sister sites Pure Xbox and Nintendo Life are doing it so much better.
Good to see this site I enjoy finally using North America and Europe instead of US and UK.
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