UPDATE: 12:03 p.m.
ET PS5 owners should expect a PS4-style data breach to affect its new games and add-on services starting Thursday, Sony said.
Sony’s new PlayStation 5 games will be affected by the new data breach, according to a statement released Wednesday by the PlayStation brand, but Sony is working to fix the problem and will not be able to add games from its existing lineup.
“We are working with industry partners and law enforcement to resolve the issue,” Sony said in the statement.
“We apologize for any inconvenience.”
The PS4 games affected include Uncharted 4, the first game in the series, The Last of Us, Killzone 3 and a “limited number of other titles” Sony added.
Sony also noted that it had already patched its games and apps.
It is not clear when or how many PlayStation 4 games will not work with the PS5, or how much data Sony will need to restore the games and services.
The PS5 also does not include the much-loved PS4 app, PlayStation Now, that Sony has also patched with the new patch.