Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War were the most downloaded PS5 games in the US and EU respectively throughout November 2020, as the PS Store lists were announced in a post on the Playstation.Blog.

Treyarch’s Black Ops sequel came in a close second on the US/Canada list, behind Miles Morales which swung into second for the EU region. 

Beginning with the PS5 next-gen titles, Ubisoft's Watch Dogs: Legion reached #5 in Europe while the third entry in the hacker series fared less well in the US, settling for #8. Demon’s Souls reached #3 and #8 in the US and EU respectively, while Ubisoft’s Viking epic, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla claimed #4 and #3.

Other titles within the top ten across both regions included Sackboy: A Big Adventure, NBA 2K21 Next Generation, and Godfall. Outside of the top ten, No Man’s Sky settled in #12 across both the US and EU charts, Observer: System Redux charted low in #18 and #19, with Dead By Daylight: Special Edition and Poker Club rounding out the top twenty.

Moving onto the PS4, Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War dominated both the US and EU charts at #1, with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla taking #2 and #3 respectively, while Miles Morales claimed #3 and #4. Surprisingly, Grand Theft Auto V reached #7 and 5 across each region, with Rockstar’s other Western epic, Red Dead Redemption 2 taking #9 in Europe. Need For Speed: Heat settled in twentieth across both regions.

Beat Saber and Job Simulator took the #1 and #2 spots on the PS VR charts, with Marvel’s Iron Man VR, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, and GORN all occupying spots within the top ten.

Recently, an exclusive cinematic trailer was revealed for Season One of Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. The trailer promises the coming together of old enemies, an ex-KGB leader, Vikhor "Stitch" Kuzmin, and a key protagonist from Black Ops Cold War, Russell Adler.