Sony has released the charts for March on the PlayStation store to highlight which games shone throughout the month. March was a tumultuous month, so it's always interesting to see what games PlayStation players were using to pass the time. \n \nThe charts are split into four different categories, with the first being an overall chart. The three following charts are split into virtual reality games, free-to-play games, and DLC & Expansions. \n \nCall of Duty: Warzone, which has been incredibly popular since release, topped one of these charts. Infinity Ward's classic franchise hit the top of the Free to Play chart, beating out Fortnite and Apex Legends. The title's companion, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, also beat out DOOM Eternal, Grand Theft Auto V, and MLB The Show 20 to top the overall chart. \n \n \n \nThe overall chart is as follows: \n \n \tCall of Duty: Modern Warfare \n \tMLB The Show 20 \n \tGrand Theft Auto V \n \tDOOM Eternal \n \tCall of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered \n \tMinecraft \n \tNBA 2K20 \n \tNioh 2 \n \tTHE FOREST \n \tAssassin's Creed Odyssey \n \tTom Clancy's The Division 2 \n \tPersona 5 Royal \n \tTom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege \n \tEA Sports FIFA 20 \n \tRocket League \n \tResident Evil 2 \n \tThe Sims 4 \n \tEA Sports NHL 20 \n \tDOOM \n \tEA Sports UFC 3 \n \nWhile some of the titles are surprising to see on the list, some were a guarantee. It's a bit interesting to see Grand Theft Auto V still getting near the top of charts so long after release, especially since - with the exception of microtransactions - there hasn't been a huge amount of content to hit the game in a while. It's also strange to see THE FOREST so high on the list, beating out newer and better-funded games like The Division 2 and Resident Evil 2. \n \nAt the same time, some of the titles came out pretty late in March and still managed to get up in the list. DOOM Eternal came out on the 20th alongside Animal Crossing: New Horizons with both being some of the most highly anticipated games to come out of the industry in recent years. \n \nCall of Duty: Warzone managing to unseat Fortnite from the throne is interesting to see, and it might be saying something about the gaming industry as a whole that the top 3 free games are all triple-A battle royales. Hopefully there will be some more variety coming into the gaming industry soon as the battle royale trend dies down, but the millions who enjoy these games clearly don't think that needs to be done. \n \nSo now that we have a clear visualization of what games kept PlayStation players going during an incredibly difficult month on a global scale, what games kept you entertained during social distancing?