Update: As it turns out, next week is this week. Yakuza 6: The Song of Life demo is now live on PlayStation Store.
The #Yakuza6 Demo is back at @PlayStation Store. Whether you played it during its initial release or you download it today, your save data will still carry over to the full version of Yakuza 6: The Song of Life when it releases on April 17. Info: https://t.co/0nGE1GDvEE pic.twitter.com/OgvowiyirL
— Yakuza Game (@yakuzagame) March 19, 2018
Check out the link in the tweet for all the information to download.
Original: SEGA’s known screw up of releasing the entirety of Yakuza 6 will not go unnoticed. The demo was originally released back in February and took up an outstanding 36 GB of data. When the demo was released, there would be a stopping point and the demo would end, but people realized SEGA released the entire game for free.
SEGA immediately took it down and issued a statement about the incident. Not much was said about the demo from that point until now. The official Yakuza Twitter announced over the weekend that Yakuza 6 demo will be seeing a second release sometime next week.
#Yakuza6 Demo Update: Thank you everyone for being patient while we get this demo back up. It will be re-released early next week! As before, saves will carry over to the full game when it releases on April 17. pic.twitter.com/H7VGiwixsO
— Yakuza Game (@yakuzagame) March 18, 2018
Like before, you can play up to a certain point and carry over the data once the game officially releases on April 17th. Nice to see that SEGA is learning from their mistakes.