It’s been revealed that today’s release of the Yakuza 6 demo has been exploited by some players to unlock the game in its entirety. Sega has currently pulled the demo off of the PlayStation Store and is looking to make the demo available later today. They have also taken to Twitter to address the issue. This exploit was only found in US version of the game, while both European and Australian stores’ versions are seemingly fine and have been kept up. We’re looking into the nature of the issue. Thank you for your patience. 2/2 — SEGA (@SEGA) February 27, 2018 Earlier today, players of the newly-released Yakuza 6 demo were able to play past chapter one and unlock trophies for the main game. It is currently unknown what the exploit was that triggered this, but it is currently being patched at Sega. Yakuza 6 is the seventh main entry in the Yakuza franchise that is set to release worldwide on April 17 of this year. The game had already seen a release in Japan on December 8, 2016, but a localized version had not been made immediately available. In the meantime, Yakuza Kiwami, a remaster of the first entry, and Yakuza 0, a prologue to the series, is available for Western audiences. Fans in the West are also still awaiting a release of Yakuza Kiwami 2, the second series’ remaster.