PSN Goes Down Ahead of CES
It’s a rough start of the year for Sony, as the PlayStation Network appears to be experiencing widespread issues.
Sony acknowledge that it’s aware of the problems, which have affected PS4, PS3 and Vita users for pretty much the entire morning. The company’s network status tracker also notes that all of PSN’s services are having issues.
There’s no word when service will be restored, but we’d assume Sony is working feverishly to get things sorted ahead of its CES press conference tomorrow.
We’re aware that some users are having trouble accessing PSN. Thanks for your patience as we investigate. https://t.co/8hMUSl2cCe
— Ask PlayStation (@AskPlayStation) January 4, 2016
Sony’s “Network Service Status” page only showed that the problems were affecting all of the company’s platforms, including the PlayStation 3 and 4 and web services. It said that people were having problems getting online and that its “engineers are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible”.
Has this interrupted your gaming today or you back at work for the new year already?