Sony is reiterating what it said during E3 earlier this year: users can sell their used games without too much trouble. The clarification comes on the heels of an update to the company's Sony Entertainment Network terms of service. Besides saying that it reserves the right to monitor PlayStation Network users' actions and share it with authorities as it sees fit, the updated agreement also states that games are services and cannot be resold.
The update to clause 7 reads:
"You must not resell either Disc-based Software or Software Downloads, unless expressly authorized by us and, if the publisher is another company, additionally by the publisher."
Naturally this caught the attention of gamers who cheered when Sony announced its position on used game sales during its E3 press conference.
In a statement to Eurogamer, a Sony spokesperson offered the following response:
"As SCE [Sony Computer Entertainment] announced at E3, consumers will be able to sell or share their PS4 disc products."
Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida added on Twitter:
"If you are concerned about our new European TOS, we confirm that you are able to sell or share your disc PS4 products, including in EU."