Sony’s official PSN status page now says that “All services are up and running.”
Try to see if that’s true and comment down below.
While Sony might not have been at this year’s E3, it seems the company is still making the news during E3 week but not for the right reasons. Currently, PSN down for the servers is happening worldwide, though Sony is aware of the issue.
According to the Ask PlayStation Twitter, Sony is currently investigating the matter.
We’re aware that some users are experiencing issues logging into PSN. Thank you for your patience as we investigate: https://t.co/s026QGzJZr
— Ask PlayStation (@AskPlayStation) June 13, 2019
Over on the official PSN status website, it marks everything as “experiencing issues.” Video game forum ResetEra users have also reported that PSN is down for them which means no gaming, YouTube or anything online-related.
It’s unknown what caused this PSN down issue to crop up suddenly, but hopefully, it’s nothing serious. Once the servers are back up, we’ll let our readers know.
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