NBA 2K21, FIFA 20, And Rocket League Most Downloaded PS4 Games In September

PlayStation has compiled a list of the most downloaded PS4 games for the month of September. In the US, NBA 2K21 took the number one spot, while FIFA 20 claimed the top spot on the EU list. Meanwhile, Rocket League topped both the US and EU charts as the most downloaded free-to-play title.

Oddly enough, PlayStation didn’t provide us with a comprehensive list of actual install numbers. Instead, titles have been broken down into groups – PS4 Games, PS VR Games, Free-to-Play Games, and DLC, with no way to compare numbers between groups. That makes it a bit tricky to tell if NBA 2K21 was really downloaded more times than Rocket League. No matter how you cut it, though, its clear that both titles performed incredibly well. We’ve listed the top five games from each category below (with US listed first, followed by EU):

PS4 Games

  1. NBA 2K21 | FIFA 20
  2. Marvel’s Avengers | Fall Guys
  3. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 | NBA 2K21
  4. Madden NFL 21 | Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2
  5. Fall Guys | Marvel’s Avengers

PS VR Games

  1. Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series | Beat Saber
  2. Beat Saber | Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series
  3. Superhot VR | Superhot VR
  4. The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners | Blood & Truth
  5. Creed Rise to Glory | Job Simulator

Free-to-Play Games

  1. Rocket League | Rocket League
  2. Spellbreak | Spellbreak
  3. Genshin Impact | Genshin Impact
  4. Call of Duty: Warzone | Fortnite
  5. Fortnite | Call of Duty: Warzone

DLC and Expansions

  1. Fortnite – The Street Serpent Pack | Fortnite – The Street Serpent Pack
  2. Fortnite – Dark Reflections Pack | Fortnite – Dark Reflections Pack
  3. Fortnite – Corrupted Legends Pack – Fortnite – Corrupted Legends Pack
  4. Fortnite – Samurai Scrapper Pack | Fortnite – Samurai Scrapper Pack
  5. Call of Duty: Warzone – Starter Pack | Rocket League – Endo Starter Pack

One of the most surprisingly inclusions on all these lists is Genshin Impact. Considering it released late in the month on September 28, seeing it near the top of the list is impressive. We’re curious to see how it fares in October, and whether it can do enough to beat out Rocket League and Spellbreak.

For the complete list, be sure to check out PlayStation’s latest blog post.

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