Video Games Top 10 (February 2018)


The first month of 2018 is already done and I can’t believe how fast the weeks pass by. Since January we have seen some movement in the game popularity and rankings and there are even some new releases to challenge the top positions. Monster Hunter World is still going strong and Bayonetta 2 managed to climb on top of the charts for the Nintendo Switch.

Here’s what you came for:

Xbox One

1. Monster Hunter World (Standard Edition)

2. Call of Duty: WWII (Standard Edition)

3. Monster Hunter World (Digital Edition)

4. Titanfall 2 (Standard Edition)

5. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (Game Preview Edition)

6. NBA 2K18 (Standard Edition)

7. Forza Motorsport 7 (Standard Edition)

8. Madden NFL 17 (Standard Edition)

9. Overwatch (GOTY Edition)

10. Destiny 2 (Standard Edition Destiny 2)

PlayStation 4

1. Monster Hunter: World (Standard Edition)

2. Shadow of the Colossus (Standard Edition)

3. Call of Duty: WWII (Standard Edition)

4. Kingdom Come: Deliverance (Special Edition)

5. God of War (Standard Edition)

6. Star Wars Battlefront II (Standard Edition)

7. Monster Hunter: World (Digital Edition)

8. Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame

9. Far Cry 5 Steelbook (Gold Edition)

10. Titanfall 2 (Standard Edition)


1. Bayonetta 2

2. Super Mario Odyssey (Standard Edition)

3. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Standard Edition)

4. Kirby Star Allies

5. Splatoon 2 (Standard Edition)

6. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

7. Dragon Quest Builders

8. ARMS (Standard Edition)

9. Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (Standard Edition)

10. Minecraft: Story Mode – The Complete Adventure



2. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

On Steam here

3. Dota 2

On Steam here

4. Kingdom Come: Deliverance

On Steam here

5. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege

6. Warframe

On Steam here

7. Football Manager 2018

On Steam here

8. Rocket League

9. ARK: Survival Evolved

10. Sid Meier’s Civilization VI

See the ranking of the previous month here.

Photo credit: Blizzard / Respective publishers and studios

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