Yakuza 6

This is pretty mad: today saw the launch of the demo version of Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, but SEGA inadvertently published the full, unlocked game on the North American PlayStation Store.

When you download the demo, you're actually downloading the whole game (hence the size), but the majority of the content will remain locked off until the game's release on 17th April. The idea is that you'll be able to play up until a certain point and keep any progress you make, including any unlocked trophies, so you can pick up where you left off come launch day. For most of us, this will be the case, but those who downloaded the demo from the US Store early enough may be able to access the entire game.

Some players have found an exploit that allows them to keep hold of it, too. SEGA has naturally pulled the demo from the Store to prevent too many people from obtaining what is effectively a free copy of Yakuza 6.


[source twitter.com, via twitter.com]