Sony has just released the sales data from PlayStation Store for February, and you’ll never guess which games have dominated the top of the charts. Here’s a clue: they’re mentioned in the headline. Yes, the two biggest games of last month were indeed Horizon Forbidden West and Elden Ring, and they unsurprisingly take the two top spots.
What’s interesting is that, in almost all cases, it’s FromSoftware’s brutal action RPG sitting at number one, with the PlayStation exclusive settling for second place. This is the case in the North American and European charts for PS5, and the US chart on PS4. The only break in this pattern is the PS4 chart for Europe, where FIFA 22 actually takes the biscuit, with Forbidden West again in second and Elden Ring in fourth.
Dying Light 2 does extremely well for itself, coming in third across the board. Also impressive is Sifu, punching its way to fourth and fifth on the US and EU PS5 charts respectively.
Over in PSVR land, Beat Saber continues to crush it, with Creed: Rise to Glory and Job Simulator completing the top three. Fortnite naturally takes the top spot on the free-to-play chart, but Rocket League, Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel, and Call of Duty: Warzone are all vying to get on the podium.
You can check out the charts in more detail on the PlayStation Blog. Which games did you nab from the PS Store in February? Tell us in the comments section below.