The games that are blocked and unblocked for the first time in the U.S. will not be able to be played until next month, but many people have already purchased the games.
The block is a combination of many different factors including whether the game was purchased in a “pre-order” (i.e. as a pre-order) or through a retailer.
The games will be unavailable until May 6, but we are expecting to see some significant discounts on the games as people begin to buy them.
Some retailers have already announced they will be offering free games to anyone who purchases them for $10 or less.
Many people are also going to have to wait a little longer for the games to be available.
We have seen the games being available through online platforms, and now that the block has been lifted, we are going to see more games available through brick and mortar outlets.
We are also expecting to hear more details on the status of the block in the coming weeks.
We expect that people who purchased the game through pre-orders and/or through retailers will be able play the games, but they may also have to re-download the game once the block is lifted.
We will continue to monitor the situation closely to see if this will lead to any changes.