Russian troops continue to occupy Ukraine, and in recent weeks you have read about the looting of ordinary products such as washing machines, laptops or cars by the soldiers of Vladimir Putin. Even the PS4 was among the stolen items.
The Russians are not only killing the Ukrainian community, destroying more cities, but also taking the most ordinary products out of the occupied country without any obstacles. Unexpectedly, even PlayStation 4 was on the list of stolen items.
A Russian who took the console away or bought it from a thief-soldier wrote an email to the address from his PlayStation Network account to get access to the blocked productions. The situation may seem surprising, but the player has provided pictures showing the event.
Russian: Send me the PS Network password
Russian: I need them to turn on the hidden [blocked? – ed.] games. I don’t need your e-mail.
When the player did not respond, he received a rather suggestive message:
“Any answer? Are you dead or what? “