After having topped the Japanese software charts at launch, Ghost of Tsushima has been forced from its throne by the seemingly unstoppable Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Still, the PlayStation 4 exclusive has maintained a steady momentum, selling an additional 53,000 copies. It's the kind of drop that we expect to see from non-Nintendo Switch titles these days, but there's no denying that Ghost of Tsushima has done well for itself considering that it was hit with stock shortages in Japan.
Now we'll just have to wait and see whether the game can stick it out in the top 10. More often than not, new releases tend to enjoy just a short stint of two to three weeks in the Japanese charts, but given the positive attention that Ghost has been getting -- particularly from prominent figures in the Japanese game industry -- it may have some legs.