Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Grand Theft Auto V were 2019's biggest sellers on the PlayStation Store in the US and Europe respectively.
While a lot of titles appear in both lists, there are several differences that hint at varying tastes between the two continents.
Firstly, there are the obvious sporting differences, with two FIFA titles appearing on the European chart (with FIFA 20 at No.2) but none to be seen in the US rankings. Conversely, NBA 2K20 was the biggest sports game in the US at No.3, with Madden 20 at No.7 and MLB at No.13 -- none of which appear in the European charts.
There are less predictable differences, such as Borderlands 3's absence from the European chart or Crash Team Racing's non-appearance on the US'. America also seems to be home to more Star Wars fans, since both Battlefront II and Jedi: Fallen Order ranked higher than over on the other side of the Atlantic.
PlayStation also revealed the best-selling PSVR games, with Beat Saber taking the top spot on both charts. Europe's second biggest virtual reality title was the UK-developed Blood & Truth, while the US favoured indie hit Superhot VR.
Meanwhile, Apex Legends beat Fortnite in both free-to-play charts. Epic's battle royale game had to settle for No.2, with Dauntless at No.3 in both the US and Europe.
Fortnite, however, dominated the rankings for best-selling DLC and expansions, taking up all ten positions in both the US and European charts. The Laguna Pack was the most popular purchase across both.
Below you can find the Top 20 most downloaded PS4 games for the US and Europe: