March’s PlayStation Store Charts are in, and Polyarc’s Moss continues to impress.
Whereas the PSVR platformer got here in sturdy in February’s charts after just some days on sale, the March outcomes see Quill climb to the highest of each the US and EU lists. We guess the sport’s constructive reception helped carry it by way of post-launch gross sales and we couldn’t be happier to see it doing nicely.
Another large March launch, Bravo Team, additionally appears to have carried out respectably regardless of a lukewarm reception. Supermassive Games’ PlayStation Aim-enabled shooter got here in at 8 on the US checklist and all the way in which as much as 2 on the EU checklist. Don’t overlook March noticed the announcement of a value reduce for PSVR, which can clarify why launch window video games like PlayStation VR Worlds and Job Simulator have carried out so nicely this month.
Perhaps extra notable, although are a few of the absences on this month’s checklist. Polished dinosaur spin-off Ark Park, which we weren’t too eager on, did not chart, as did the a lot better The American Dream. Neither recreation noticed a bodily launch that means its builders have been totally depending on digital gross sales. Not showing within the high 10 doesn’t essentially imply they tanked, but it surely’s not an incredible signal, both. Wipeout: Omega Collection isn’t there, both, however that’s a year-old recreation with bodily discs too, so it’s not too shocking.
April sees a handful of huge releases for PSVR, together with the long-awaited port of Rick and Morty: Virtual-Rickality in just some day’s time.
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