Despite all of the recent speculation swirling around about several upcoming upgrades we might see to Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4 – none of which have been confirmed as of yet – Sony continues to truck ahead with positive eyes towards the future as they revealed this past month’s Top Downloads via the company’s PlayStation Store.

While each list tops out at roughly 20 titles each, we’ve elected to showcase just the top 5 of each category (in their correct order) presented via PlayStation’s development blog as of this morning – of which there are 6 sections in total.

PlayStation Store Downloads For the PlayStation 4: 

  1. Dark Souls III
  2. Ratchet and Clank
  3. Rocket League
  4. MLB The Show ’16
  5. Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition

PlayStation Store Downloads For the PlayStation 3: 

  1. Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition
  2. MLB The Show ’16
  3. Grand Theft Auto V
  4. Okami HD
  5. Saints Row IV

Add-ons for the PlayStation 4:

  1. Call of Duty Black Ops III – Eclipse
  2. Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop
  3. Call of Duty Black Ops III – Season Pass
  4. Call of Duty: Black Ops III – Awakening
  5. Fallout 4: Automatron

Add-ons for the PlayStation 3:

  1. Call of Duty: Black Ops III – Awakening
  2. Call of Duty: Black Ops II – Nuketown Zombies Map
  3. Call of Duty: Black Ops II – Vengeance
  4. Call of Duty: Black Ops II – Apocalypse
  5. Call of Duty: Black Ops II – Uprising

PlayStation Store Downloads For the PlayStation Vita:

  1. Severed
  2. Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth
  3. Risk of Rain
  4. Persona 4 Golden
  5. Axiom Verge

PlayStation Store Downloads For PlayStation Classics:

  1. Bully
  2. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
  3. Rogue Galaxy
  4. Manhunt
  5. Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy

While it’s safe to say that most of these aren’t all that big of a surprise, especially considering the recent release of Dark Souls III and seemingly unbreakable popularity of Rocket League, it will always feel at least a tiny bit shocking to see titles such as the ultra-violent Manhunt on a dedicated list such as this.

Either way, it’s quite an interesting look into just what is and isn’t flying off the digital shelves for Sony and their players, though if you’d like a look at the full list of Top Downloads for any of the above sections, please feel free to visit sony’s PlayStation Development blog here.

 

Sources: Sony