Sega error gives the players free play


Sega has removed the “preview” of your latest video game from the PlayStation download store after realizing that it gave some players access to the full version of the game.

The editor had intended to release a limited “demo” of Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, but the players in the united states were able to play beyond the prologue.

Some players questioned the fact that a small demo was packaged as a large-36.5 GB download.

Sega apologized for the error and said it was investigating.

Players in Europe and Australia could play only the prologue of the game before that, he was told that the trial had ended.

However, this does not happen for the players of North America.

“We’re as bad as you, and I was hoping that this demo available for all over the world today,” Sega said in a statement.

“We have discovered that some were able to use the demo to unlock the full game. We are looking for in the nature of the question.”