Yakuza 6’s demonstration, provided on the PlayStation Shop previously today, appeared at over 30GB. There was a great factor for that: the download really has the complete video game, with just the opening phases made usable. The concept was that if you later on determine to buy it, you would certainly be buying an unlock code. That was the suggestion, anyhow.
In practice, for at the very least some fortunate downloaders, they overlooked the lockout constraints. Followers rapidly found this while playing via; where the demonstration was expected to finish at a specific factor early in the video game, some gamers discovered they might simply … maintain going, and also gain prizes as they went. They ‘d generally downloaded and install, and also were playing via, the complete video game.
Sega rapidly observed this and also drew the demonstration from the North American shop. The European and also Australian variations of the trial show up to have actually been the appropriate variations, so they’re still up.
We have actually called Sega for talk about exactly what takes place to gamers that have actually currently surpassed the preliminary cut-off factor, considering that an initial assurance from the demonstration was that gamers would certainly maintain their development made in the trial if they bought the complete video game.
Yakuza 6 isn’t really expected to be out till April 17.