Sony has published the December charts of the best selling games of the European and American segments of its digital store. The top-selling game of December for PS4 was PUBG and became the leader in the USA, but failed to win first place in Europe, giving up the position to FIFA 19, which on a month rose by two places up at once. A significant role in the growth was played by the Christmas and New Year sale for it.
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It is noteworthy that in the third month of Red Dead Redemption 2 release, it collapsed significantly in Europe region from the first to the seventh position, freeing the way for the God of War and Grand Theft the Auto the V. In the US, the decline was smaller as it came down to the fourth place. However, the Rockstar Games almost did not participate in any festive promotions for the game, so this result is understandable.
Top-selling games in the US PlayStation Store for December
1. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
2. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
3. Grand Theft Auto V
4. Red Dead Redemption 2
5. Battlefield V
6. FIFA 19
7. Mortal Kombat XL
8. Marvel’s Spider-Man
9. NBA 2K19
10. Madden NFL 19
Top-selling games in the European PlayStation Store for December
- FIFA 19
- PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
- Battlefield v
- Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
- Grand theft auto v
- God of War
- Red Dead Redemption 2
- Marvel’s Spider-Man
- The Forest
- The Sims 4
Beat Saber still remains the leader in PlayStation VR – it is not a surprise because it is one of the best productions games released in 2018 which were so good compatible with Japanese PSVR glasses.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), launched in 2017, breaks into the market with an unprecedented perspective of traditional first-person shooter games. 100 players land, with nothing, on a desert island, where they must find their own weapons and try to survive the last. PUBG inaugurated, unknowingly, a new genre that later became known as Battle Royale.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds ( PUBG ) is massively-wide multiplayer online battle video game developed by Brendan Greene and published by Bluehole for Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, Sony PlayStation 4, Android and iOS. At first glance, PUBG may seem like a simple shooter FPS game, but its essence is that it is a realistic Battle Royale game that advances with the feedback from the community.