We just lately reported that Capcom’s Monster Hunter: World was the best-selling PlayStation four sport in Japan in 2018. Nonetheless, a brand new listing of prime 50 best-sellers shared by Famitsu reveals that Monster Hunter: World can also be the highest-selling sport at Japanese retail since 2014, when the PS4 launched within the nation.
Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age and Last Fantasy XV claimed second and third positions, respectively, adopted by the just lately launched Kingdom Hearts III. Rounding up the highest 5 is Treyarch’s Name of Responsibility: Black Ops four.
Japan’s prime 50 boxed best-sellers since 2014 are as follows:
Monster Hunter: WorldDragon Quest XIFinal Fantasy XVKingdom Hearts IIICall of Responsibility: Black Ops 4Metal Gear Strong V: The Phantom PainNieR: AutomataKnackPersona 5Call of Responsibility: WWIIGrand Theft Auto V (value revised version)Name of Responsibility: Black Ops IIIMinecraftYakuza 6Resident Evil 7Dark Souls IIIDragon Quest HeroesResident Evil 2Marvel’s Spider-ManDragon Quest Heroes 2Battlefield 1JudgmentKingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 RemixJikkyou Highly effective Professional Baseball 2018Rainbow Six SiegeEarth Protection Power 5Gran Turismo SportTales of BerseriaFallout 4Kingdom Hearts HD 2.eight Last Chapter PrologueDragon Quest Builders 2Dragon Quest BuildersRed Useless Redemption 2BloodborneHorizon Zero DawnJikkyou Highly effective Professional Baseball 2016Star Wars BattlefrontYakuza Kiwami 2Grand Theft Auto VGhost Recon: WildlandsGod Eater 3Ace Fight 7Call of Responsibility: Infinite WarfareUncharted 4Fist of the North Star: Misplaced ParadiseDynasty Warriors 9Gundam VersusEverybody’s GolfWinning Eleven 2018The Witcher three: Wild Hunt
Any surprises for our readers on this listing?
[Source: Famitsu via Reddit]