Call of Duty: WWII Tops PS4 Top Selling Games On PSN For 2017

Over the weekend Sony released data for the list of best-selling games on PSN from the past year for both the United States and Europe. The lists include the most downloaded PS4 games and DLC throughout 2017. Topping the sales list for both regions was Call of Duty: WWII. Some surprises in the US like coming at #3 was Friday The 13th. See all four Top 10 lists below:

Top 10 Downloaded PS4 Games (US)
1. Call of Duty: WWII
2. Destiny 2
3. Friday the 13th: The Game
4. Horizon Zero Dawn
5. Grand Theft Auto V
6. NBA 2K18
7. Rocket League
8. Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition
9. Madden NFL 18
10. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands

Top 10 Downloaded PS4 Games (Europe)
1. FIFA 2018
2. Call of Duty WWII
3. Rocket League
4. GTA V
5. Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy
6. Horizon Zero Dawn
7. ARK: Survival Evolved
8. FIFA 2017
9. EA Sports UFC 2
10. Rainbow Six Siege

Top 10 Downloaded PS4 DLCs (US)
1. Call of Duty Black Ops III: Zombies Chronicles
2. Destiny 2 – Expansion Pass
3. Call of Duty: WWII – Season Pass
4. Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds
5. Battlefield 1 Premium Pass
6. Black Ops III – The Giant Zombies Map
7. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege – Year 2 Pass
8. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – DLC1 Sabotage
9. Diablo III: Rise of the Necromancer
10. Call of Duty: MWR Variety Map Pack

Top 10 Downloaded PS4 DLCs (Europe)
1. Call of Duty Black Ops III – Zombies Chronicles
2. Battlefield 1 – Premium Pass
3. Rocket League – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Car Pack
4. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege – Year 2 Pass
5. Horizon Zero Dawn – The Frozen Wilds
6. Fortnite – Standard Founder’s Pack
7. Rocket League – The Fate of the Furious Ice Charger
8. Diablo III – Rise of the Necromancer
9. Rocket League – Supersonic Fury DLC Pack
10. Rocket League – Fast & Furious ’99 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34

The full US list, including top downloads of VR Games, Classic titles, etc. can be viewed here and the Europe list can be viewed here.

 

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Scott is a comic book, music and gaming nerd since the late 70s. Gaming all began on the Colecovision and Atari 2600. He buys and reads new comics every Wednesday from his LCBS and helps run an online Heavy Metal radio station.

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