NBA 2K20 and Borderlands 3 Headline the PlayStation Store’s Top Downloads for the Month of September 2019

September 2019’s top downloaded PlayStation Store games were comprised of a healthy mix of new and old. New titles like NHL 20, FIFA 20, and Final Fantasy VIII Remastered managed to make a splash, while old favorites like Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, Minecraft, Grand Theft Auto V, and Marvel’s Spider-Man continued to generate traction. Notably, NBA 2K20 managed to take the month’s number one spot, despite the negative buzz around its in-game purchase system.

Aside from that, seeing new games like GreedFall and Code Vein come out swinging is a great sign, along with the staying power of The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan. And of course, Borderlands 3 managed to stomp out nearly all the competition, taking the number two spot, just behind NBA 2K20. Interestingly, Remedy Entertainment’s well-received sci-fi shooter Control was nowhere to be found on this list, mirroring August 2019’s NPD results.

September 2019’s full list of top downloaded PS4 games can be found in order below:

NBA 2K20Borderlands 3EA Sports FIFA 20Minecraft: PlayStation 4 EditionMadden NFL 20Final Fantasy VIII RemasteredEA Sports NHL 20Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six SiegeGrand Theft Auto VEA Sports UFC 3eFootball PES 2020GreedFallCode VeinRed Dead Redemption 2Castle Crashers RemasteredThe Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of MedanStar Wars Battlefront IIRemnant: From the AshesMarvel’s Spider-ManWreckfest

In addition, the month’s top PSVR downloads are listed:

Beat SaberSuperhot VRJob SimulatorBlood & TruthFive Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help WantedVacation SimulatorL.A. Noire: The VR Case FilesCreed: Rise to GloryDrunkn Bar FightJust In Time Incorporated

You won’t find many surprises with the month’s top downloaded PSVR games (of course Beat Saber holds that top spot), but it is interesting to see the new L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files make the list after its stealth release towards the end of September.

What do you make of September’s top PlayStation Store downloads? Let us know!

[Source: PlayStation Blog]

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