GTA 5 biggest ever digital release on PlayStation

Beats The Last of Us' record.

Grand Theft Auto 5 is the biggest ever digital release on PlayStation platforms, Sony has announced.

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe's PlayStation Store charts for the past month show Rockstar's game, which was sold as a download from PSN as well as on disc from shops, in top spot.

GTA 5 broke The Last of Us' record to become the biggest ever digital release on the platform, Sony's Fred Dutton revealed on the EU PlayStation blog. Sales figures were not disclosed.

In second place was FIFA 2014. In third place was Grand Theft Auto 4. In fourth was Diablo 3. Fifth was Payday 2.

  1. Grand Theft Auto 5 (New)
  2. FIFA 2014 (New)
  3. Grand Theft Auto 4 (2)
  4. Diablo 3 (New)
  5. Payday 2 (1)
  6. Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Future Soldier (RE)
  7. Farming Simulator (New)
  8. Zone of the Enders HD Collection (RE)
  9. PES 2014 (New)
  10. Sniper Elite V2 (RE)

Meanwhile, Killzone Mercenary topped the digital chart on Vita, and Castle of Illusion was the best-selling PSN game.

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