FIFA 19 and PUBG were PlayStation Store’s best-selling games in December

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FIFA 19 and PUBG were PlayStation Store’s best-selling games in December

While Beat Saber and Astro Bot Rescue Mission ruled the PS VR chart

Perennial festive favourite FIFA 19 was the best-selling game on PlayStation Store for December, with battle royale phenomemon PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds snapping at its heels in its debut month on release.

Beat Saber and Astro Bot Rescue Mission both held fast at the top of the PS VR charts over the holiday period, while Fornite continues to dominate the DLC top 10, holding onto the top four positions.

Check out the full charts below:


  1. FIFA 19 (3)
  2. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (New)
  3. Battlefield V (4)
  4. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (2)
  5. Grand Theft Auto V (10)
  6. God of War (8)
  7. Red Dead Redemption 2 (1)
  8. Marvel’s Spider-Man (6)
  9. The Forest (5)
  10. The Sims 4 (Re-entry)
  11. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (11)
  12. Rocket League (14)
  13. Minecraft (RE)
  14. Spyro Reignited Trilogy (9)
  15. The Crew 2 (16)
  16. Battlefield 4 (RE)
  17. Gang Beasts (RE)
  18. Battlefield 1 (RE)
  19. EA Sports UFC 2 (RE)
  20. Gran Turismo Sport (RE)


  1. Beat Saber (1)
  2. Astro Bot Rescue Mission (2)
  3. Job Simulator (10)
  4. Creed: Rise to Glory (RE)
  5. Superhot VR (5)
  6. Arizona Sunshine (RE)
  7. Moss (RE)
  8. DOOM VFR (RE)
  9. Batman: Arkham VR (8)
  10. Everest VR (RE)


  1. Fortnite Battle Royale – The Summit Striker Pack (1)
  2. Fortnite – Frozen Legends Pack (New)
  3. Fortnite – Standard Founder’s Pack (3)
  4. Fortnite Battle Royale – Deep Freeze Bundle (2)
  5. Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City that Never Sleeps (5)
  6. Rocket League – McLaren 570S Car Pack (New)
  7. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 – Black Ops Pass (8)
  8. Destiny 2: Forsaken Annual Pass (10)
  9. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege – Year 4 Pass (New)
  10. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – Extra DLC Pack 4 (New)

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  • meh.

    meeeehhh i say…

    also hello.:D

  • What in the?! How in the world did GTAV surpass the newly released RDR2? It’s unbelievable the staying power of GTAV

    • is it a lot cheaper or something and bought for a lot of folk who got PS4’s for christmas? i dunno. I got bored of GTAV pretty quickly after buying it years ago. Used to have a bit of fun with it online with friends but nah we’ve all moved on i guess.

    • A bunch of people played RDR2 the month before, thought “hang on, GTAV wasn’t *this* boring was it?”, and downloaded it when it was on sale to check

    • May have something to do with with that RD2 is the most overhyped boring game of 2018.

  • The kids want me to get sims 4 whilst its crazy cheap but then i would lose my kids and my playstation. I hear the PC version is heaps better so i will get that instead. I lose my kids and keep my playstation.

  • PUBG sold so well in December that it’s practically being given away for £8 with a PS+ sub in January? Yeah right…

    • Do people really pay £50 for PS+, aside from being caught out by auto-renewal? I’ve never paid £40 let alone £50, even after the increase. Fools and their money…

  • No Tetris Effect, I assume like myself people are waiting for the correct price.

    IMO Tetris is more suited as a portable game so perhaps on the Switch £35 would be possible.

    TV only even allowing for VR it should be £20 Max, come on do it.

    • What kind of logic is that? “TV only” games even with VR support should be max £20? ?

    • If I’m reading it correctly: VR or no VR, *Tetris* should be max £20. A higher price might possibly be justified if it’s portable.

    • Except for years, handheld games have always been cheaper. You don’t pay extra for portability or less because it’s on a home console. Nobody has ever complained about the price of a game because its “TV only”, we’ve been playing games like that for around 40 years.

      But for the record, I agree. Tetris shouldnt be more than £20 either way

    • Your point would have been bang on two years ago but the Switch has blurred those lines. I think some people would be prepared to pay slightly more for a hybrid solution of TETRIS EFFECT & possibly other games.

      I for one would consider paying £35 for a Switch version of TE where as for the PS4 it’s not even a consideration.

    • eh i find the Switch far too expensive a device to be portable anyways. They have a habit of getting stolen. Was always happier playing the most iconic Tetris on the old Gameboy

  • Accounting+ should be up there. Waaaay up there.

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