Detroit: Become Human debuts at #1 on the monthly PlayStation Store chart

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Detroit: Become Human debuts at #1 on the monthly PlayStation Store chart

Quantic Dream’s new PS4 exclusive takes the top spot after just six days on sale

Detroit: Become Human, the new neo-noir thriller from Heavy Rain developer Quantic Dream, stormed straight to the top of the monthly PlayStation Store charts for May, after only six days on sale.

Other new entries included online fantasy RPG Conan Exiles and the remastered version of From Software’s PS3 classic, Dark Souls.

Read on for the full rundown:


  1. Detroit: Become Human (New)
  2. FIFA 18 (17)
  3. God of War (1)
  4. Conan Exiles (New)
  5. Friday the 13th: The Game (20)
  6. Gang Beasts (5)
  7. Dark Souls: Remastered (New)
  8. Battlefield 1 & Titanfall 2 Ultimate Bundle (Re-entry)
  9. Far Cry 5 (2)
  10. God of War III Remastered (RE)
  11. Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 (9)
  12. Mass Effect: Andromeda (RE)
  13. Rocket League (7)
  14. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege (6)
  15. A Way Out (3)
  16. Minecraft (11)
  17. Horizon Zero Dawn (RE)
  18. Mafia III (RE)
  19. Darksiders Warmastered Edition (RE)
  20. The Jak and Daxter Collection (RE)


  1. Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality (1)
  2. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR (RE)
  3. Killing Floor: Incursion (New)
  4. Job Simulator (3)
  5. Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality (RE)
  6. CoolPaintrVR (New)
  7. RollerCoaster Legends (8)
  8. Knockout League (RE)
  9. Superhot VR (9)
  10. Statik (10)


  1. Fortnite Battle Royale – Starter Pack (1)
  2. Fortnite – Standard Founder’s Pack (2)
  3. Destiny 2 – Expansion II: Warmind (New)
  4. Overwatch – Pink Mercy Skin (New)
  5. Fortnite – Deluxe Founder’s Pack (4)
  6. Call of Duty: WWII – The War Machine (3)
  7. Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds (RE)
  8. H1Z1 – Nemesis Pre-Order Bundle (New)
  9. Destiny 2 – Expansion Pass (RE)
  10. Rocket League – DC Super Heroes DLC Pack (5)

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  • Still seems weird not having the Vita chart while games are still being actively released for it. The VR chart feels less relevant when it’s just full of reentries/old games and barely anyone owns it.

    Should either have both VR and Vita or remove both (Vita got double the games compared to VR this week).

    • The +2 million PSVR users buy more software than the Vita users and the re-entries of older titles usually occurs when there are digital sales or with the recent headset price cuts. So yes you’re going to see the same games like SkyrimVR and Superhot VR constantly re-enter as a new wave of users come through and get those must have games. Just because you don’t want or like VR doesn’t mean it’s going away.

    • As there’s 7-10x as many Vita owners as VR owners, Vita has a much higher attach rate (headset owners only buy 5 games total on average) with more Vita games released weekly, your guess is kind of unlikely, however much you don’t want or like the Vita.

      The point isn’t to poke fun at your and the staff here’s favorite gimmick however. It’s that they can justify a VR chart for the 2% of PS4 users who haven’t found a buyer on ebay yet they can more than justify one for Vita.

    • I also don’t like the fact PS3 and Vita are missing although PS3 has fewer games than Vita now (apart from Just Dance or sports series I can only name Rainbow Skies that will be released soon).

      Also, what happened to PSX/PS2 classics chart? It was amusing to see Crash Bandicoot so often at the top and people asking how come not everybody yet owned it until now :D

    • You can poke fun and call it VR a gimmick all you want, I want to see you play play Skyrim on your Vita, everybody including Sony fans have a Switch now, let it go. ?

  • Did not expect that, eventhough it’s well deserved. Apparently exclusives are always in taste ;)

  • Detroit Becomes Human is a great game, if you liked Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls, any TellTale game or Until Dark than this is better than all of those combined. The game looks awesome even more with HDR. Single player aren’t dead, not by a long shot.

  • Detroit Become Human is amazing game finished it in 2 days than went to play it once again and it really really is great piece of storytelling by far the best Quantic Dream game and best story David Cage has writen since Heavy Rain for me personaly

    • Not hard since Beyond was really awful! And that’s said as a fan since the first time I played The Nomad Soul.

  • I finished it. The worst ending possible! Repeated the last chapter several times and saw a bunch of different endings. One totally floored me. If was one of those “wtf” moments… brilliant!

    By far the best Quantic Dream game to date!

  • Well deserved. I hope their next game is a similar experience set in space. That would be something for sure.

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