It’s been a while since we wrote about a potential problem with the PlayStation 4 database.
At least until now, thanks to a leak of a private database leak from Sony that was leaked to Eurogamer.
The leaked database, which appears to have been made public by someone working for a developer who works on the game, lists the exact information of every PS4 game in the database.
This includes every game in every country in the world.
The leak also includes the same information for the game in all regions, and all regions in all languages.
The list of games in the leaked database is just as comprehensive as the leaked game, but the list of languages is also incredibly detailed.
For instance, it lists every game’s language, every language’s country, every country’s region, and even all languages in a single country.
The game database includes information on the country of the developer, and the country in which the game is being developed, as well as other information like the game’s release date and publisher.
That information is very useful for anyone working on the title, and Sony has been working on improving the database over the past few years.
We asked Sony if it has a plan to fix the leak, and so far, it has only said that it’s working on it.
The only other information Sony has given us is that the database contains the complete version of the game.
That doesn’t mean we can be 100 percent sure that every game has been fully downloaded and installed, but it does mean that we can make an educated guess at what’s on the database at this point.
So far, we’ve only seen the list for English and French versions of the PS4 title, but if this leak is accurate, it would mean that a total of 4,664,854 games are currently available for download from Sony’s online store.
We’ve asked Sony for more information about the leak and whether it’s real, and we’ll update if we hear back.