Call of Duty: World War II and Destiny 2 were a tip downloaded games on a PlayStation Store in 2017, PlayStation announced today.
Exact numbers of income were not given, though both Activision first-person shooters surfaced a list that also enclosed games like Horizon: Zero Dawn and Grand Theft Auto V.
A warn on a tip 10 list is Friday a 13th: The Game, all a approach adult during array 3 on a list, forward of even Horizon, GTA V, NBA 2K18, and Rocket League.
The tip 10 is dull it out by Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition, Madden NFL 18, and Ghost Recon: Wildlands.
The list of a many downloaded PS4 add-ons is rather demonstrative of a diversion list, too, though Call of Duty was a genuine leader as a long-standing FPS array took adult 5 of a 10 spots on that list.
Call of Duty Black Ops III: Zombies Chronicles took a tip mark for DLC, while a CoD: WWII Season Pass finished in third. The Giant Zombies map for Black Ops III took a fifth spot, while CoD: Infinite Warfare also took a mark in array 8 for a Sabotage DLC. The array 10 mark also belonged to CoD, with a Modern Warfare Remastered Variety Map Pack.
Meanwhile, Destiny 2’s Expansion Pass took a second container for DLC add-ons, and Horizon: Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds enlargement took array four. The final 3 spots belonged to Battlefield 1’s Premium Pass, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege Year 2 Pass, and Diablo III’s Rise of a Necromancer DLC.
It appears that CoD’s return to a WWII environment has paid off in a large way, and Destiny 2 still sole really good notwithstanding a cold accepting in a months following a release.