Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation Network is experiencing connectivity issues again. This is the third time the Network is down since Friday, July 3.
According to VB, Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation Network is undergoing connectivity problems, and that it is working now to fix the issues. In addition, Sony’s PlayStation Store is also offline.
Gamers are not able to play online multiplayer releases such as Destiny and Call of Duty, because of the connectivity issues of the Sony’s PlayStation network. The network issue also causes problems in launching single-player games that depend on third-party server or apps like Netflix.
Though Sony has offered its “free” PlayStation Plus games for July, gamers are unable to download them due to the network issues. The source also reported that it is possible that the gamers trying to download those goods would slam the network.
“You may be experiencing issues related to launching games, applications, and/or social features such as trophies, messaging, or friends list,” Sony wrote on its status page.
“You may [also] be experiencing issues related to features on PlayStation Store. We appreciate your patience while we address this,” reads the status page.
As of now, though the PlayStation Network is working better for most people, Sony still confirms that it is facing some issues, and that it is trying to resolve the issues.
Tuesday is always a fantastic day for most of the online gamers. However, because of the network problems, Sony’s PlayStation Network just cannot handle it, disappointing the excited online gamers.
These types of network issues are irregular and infrequent. Moreover, they do not affect everyone equally. However, the source has asked Sony to explain the reason for the recurring network issues.
We expect that Sony will address the PlayStation Network issues as soon as possible.
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