The Last Of Us 2: The Most Downloaded PS Store Game For June

The Last Of Us Part II has taken the top spot in PlayStation Store’s monthly download charts. According to the official PlayStation blog, the post-pandemic sequel was the most downloaded game from the PS Store in both the EU and throughout the US and Canada.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare, Grand Theft Auto V and FIFA 20 make up the top four spots in both categories, while The Last Of Us: Remastered claimed the fifth place for the EU download list.

Naughty Dog also featured in the list with an earlier title, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, coming in at eighteenth on the EU list. Other titles within the top twenty on both lists included Days Gone, Minecraft, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.

Meanwhile, over in the Free-to-Play charts, Call Of Duty’s battle royale mode Warzone claimed the number one spot for both the US, Canada, and the EU charts. Similarly, Fortnite and Apex Legends claimed second and third places respectively on both categories.

GORN reached the top spot in the US & Canada for PS VR Games, while Fortnite’s The Yellowjacket Pack was the most downloaded title in the DLC and Expansions list, across all regions.

The Last Of Us Part II was also voted as June’s Players’ Choice title. The PlayStation blog opened a recent poll to allow readers to vote for the best new game released in June.

Head on over to the link here for the GameLuster review of The Last Of Us Part II.

In other Naughty Dog news, Nolan North recently revealed in an interview, that Chris Pine would make an ideal choice for the role of Nathan Drake in an Uncharted movie.

The voice actor discussed how he’d actively encouraged Pine to take on the role if it arose, telling Pine on the set of Star Trek: Into Darkness that he’d “be the perfect character for it.”

Despite being opposed to the idea of the upcoming Uncharted film adaptation, North added: ”If they were doing a 1:1 [adaptation], Chris Pine’s got the everyman quality, the charm, the humor.”

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