Yesterday, Sega announced it had launched the demo version of Yakuza 6 for PlayStation 4.
Unfortunately, in North America at least, Sega accidentally released the full version of Yakuza 6 instead.
While labelled as a demo, this trial version is deliberately the entire game - a 30GB download - so if you go on to purchase the full thing you can continue playing where you left off.
In Europe and Australia, players are instructed their trial has ended after reaching a certain point in the demo.
In North America, this did not happen.
Several hours later, Sega realised the error and pulled the demo from the US PlayStation Store.
In a statement posted to Twitter, Sega admitted that "some were able to use the demo to unlock the full game":
We apologize, but have had to remove the Yakuza 6: The Song of Life demo from the PlayStation Store. We are as upset as you are, and had hoped to have this demo available for everyone today. We discovered that some were able to use the demo to unlock the full game. 1/2— SEGA (@SEGA) February 27, 2018
There's no word yet on when Sega will reupload the demo - and not the full game - for North American fans.