Top 10 Best Selling Games In January 2024

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The widespread appeal of gaming may be ascribed to its heightened availability on several platforms, offering gamers a multitude of gaming experiences. Millions of people watch professional gamers compete in virtual arenas thanks to the growth of esports, which has further transformed gaming into a spectator sport.

Some games have fared better than the others in terms of mass appeal. Here are 10 such video games which have topped the charts in January 2024.

1. Minecraft

One of the most common responses you will hear when you question what game is the most played all time is Minecraft. Over 300 million copies of the best-selling video game ever have been sold globally. 

In a three-dimensional environment where they may explore, gather resources, make tools, and construct buildings, players are submerged in the game.

2. GTA V 

In addition to becoming the fastest entertainment release to surpass $1 billion, Grand Theft Auto 5 has proven to be the most successful entertainment release, continuing to bring in billions for both Rockstar and its parent company, Take-Two. 

Three protagonists—Michael De Santa, Trevor Philips, and Franklin Clinton—are involved in heists and must fight against a dishonest government agency and strong criminals while the game’s single-player story takes place.

3. Wii Sports

Wii Sports, the best-selling video game from Nintendo, having sold around 83 million copies to date. The game consists of five sports simulators where players may imitate real-life sports motions with the Wii Remote: tennis, baseball, bowling, golf, and boxing. 

In addition to sports simulators, Wii Sports tracks users’ advancement in a variety of sports and provides training and fitness options.

4. PUBG: Battlegrounds

PUBG’s enormous sales success over the last five years is a testament to its crucial role in developing the battle royale genre. Being a top seller on the PC and Xbox One platforms, the video game is noteworthy.

Up to 100 players can parachute onto an island in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) and engage in fierce combat while searching for equipment and weapons. 

5. Mario Kart 8

Among the Nintendo Switch’s best-selling video games is Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. It becomes the sixth-best-selling game of all time when the Wii U original release is taken into account, bringing the total sales to about 64 million. 

In Mario Kart 8, gamers race go-karts across a variety of courses while controlling characters from the Mario universe.

6. Red Dead Redemption 2

With first- and third-person viewpoints, this Rockstar Western epic provides an immersive experience that lets players freely explore its dynamic open world. Shootouts, robberies, hunting, horseback riding, and encounters with non-player characters are all part of the gameplay.

7. Elden Ring

Players are free to explore the dynamic, open environment of Elden Ring from a third-person point of view. The player character’s steed, Torrent, serves as the major means of transportation through the six main locations. You can search for helpful items by exploring linear, hidden dungeons.

8. Overwatch

Overwatch is a hero shooter developed by Blizzard. It is well known for its excellent game design, masterfully designed heroes, and unwavering support for esports. A major influence on the development of the hero shooter genre was Overwatch. The game changed to Overwatch 2, its free-to-play successor, in October 2022.

9. Resident Evil 4

The Resident Evil 4 remake from 2023 is an incredible commercial success for Capcom. It was praised for its excellence and was a reimagining of the classic game from 2005. More than five million copies have been sold worldwide.

10. Super Mario Bros

The primary character of the series, Mario, is controlled by the player as he navigates the Mushroom Kingdom in an attempt to stop Bowser, the main enemy, and save Princess Toadstool. In multiplayer mode, Luigi is controlled by a second player and shares Mario’s capabilities and narrative.

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