The PS Store's monthly charts have arrived, and it comes as no surprise to learn what topped the PS5 bestsellers for February.
Yes, Hogwarts Legacy is tip-top of both the North American and European charts. The regions' respective top 20 lists differ from there, but shared among them are entries for Wild Hearts, The Last of Us: Part I, Atomic Heart, and Dead Space.
On PS4, the impact of HBO's adaptation has brought The Last of Us: Part II right back to number one, with The Last of Us Remastered also in the top 10 of both NA and EU. Other popular titles include Minecraft, Red Dead Redemption 2, and The Forest.
Meanwhile, the very first PSVR2 charts are here. The charts start off the same in both regions, with Kayak VR: Mirage at the top, followed by Pavlov in second and Horizon Call of the Mountain in third. Over on the free-to-play charts, it's more or less the same old story; Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 is first, followed by Fortnite, and then things split per region. It's all the usual suspects, though, with Rocket League, Apex Legends, and Destiny 2 vying for position.
Check out the full charts on the PS Blog. What digital games did you grab last month? Tell us in the comments section below.
Pretty sure that GT7 and Resi Village are only that high in the charts due to people buying them for VR. If they could have been included in the VR charts they would be right up there. Which does indicated VR sold relatively better in the EU than US (and really well generally, given many would have had the games or got them second hand, yet they still rank quite highly)
Surprised Demeo isn’t in the VR charts.
Well done to Hogwarts. Well deserved. Great game.
Football Manager 2023 #3 in Europe.
Completely forgot that was coming out. Was there a review?
Bit pointless getting the game now unless heavily discounted, but I’m definitely looking forward to FM24.
It was only released 5 months ago. I think you’re good. Would imagine after the first season real world lineups don’t matter much anyway.
@thefourfoldroot1 The PlayStation version released last month.
I usually play them on my laptop, but it can’t handle anything past FM17 (as I like having massive databases & scouting countries for wonderkids).
I would like a documentary on who in the planet is left that hasn't bought GTA V yet, also another one about the people that are buying it once a month every month in some sort of ritual 😑
@Juanalf probably kids coming of age
I heard it’s often cheaper to buy the game, which comes with certain credit, rather than buying the credit individually. No idea if that has ever been true as I have little interest in the game and, and this point, actively don’t play it almost as a point of principle.
Like a Dragon: Ishin didn’t make it onto the European chart?
Wouldn't mind a jedi academy game in the style of hogwarts ,magic powers ,space swords and pew pews, itd be great
I’m concerned that Octopath Traveler 2 did not chart at all. Especially with SE financials recently, hopefully these types of games don’t get shelved. I know its likely because of end of the Feb release, but still to not chart at all is concerning
@JohntheRaptor its populated by kids of all bloody ages..horrible enviroment online. My mates youngest has a thriving drug empire online in that game and his mates are all his enforcers..horrid little *****..
@Juanalf I'd hate to be on any media, documentaries included, but have never played any GTA game and never intend to.
Not my cup of tea.
@Juanalf i bought GTA V 4 times 😂
@Northern_munkey He's learning valuable life skills...
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