Sony’s PlayStation Network or PSN is facing a worldwide outage since February 27 final week. The issues began affecting PlayStation customers since late February 26 and on-line gaming and media supply by way of the PlayStation community took successful. The identical was confirmed by DownDetector. Now, two days after the outage, Sony has confirmed that customers will face issues launching video games.
“You might have difficulty launching games, apps, or network features,” Sony stated on its web site. PSN customers are facing issues logging in amongst different social issues. The outage has affected not simply PlayStation 5 customers however older PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 customers as properly.
Apart from video games not launching, PSN customers may face issues launching companies like YouTube, Netflix, Twitch or Spotify on the console. Sony has assured customers that it’s engaged on the problem. However, there is no such thing as a timeline on how lengthy it might take to repair it.
Sony ‘Play At Home’ kicks off in March
In different information, Sony had introduced in a weblog submit final week that its Play At Home programme geared toward maintaining gamers indoors and protected throughout the pandemic, by providing free video games, will kick off this month.
Even customers with out the PS5 subscription will have the ability to entry Sony’s Play At Home titles. The sport Ratchet and Clank is accessible at no cost for the month of March, and customers can redeem the title at no cost earlier than March 31. Sony plans to announce extra free video games beneath this system, together with the Final Fantasy VII remake and extra.