Update 1, September 24 (1:00 am ET): PlayStation Network services have been restored for PS3, PS Now, PS Vita, and web users, but PS4 users are still facing issues.
Update 2, September 24 (2:00 am ET): The PlayStation Network is back up, with all services restored.
What you need to know
- The PlayStation Network is down right now, with users experiencing issues with game downloads, launching games, and accessing online services.
- The issue is affecting PS4, PS4, PS Now, PS Vita, and web users.
- Sony has confirmed that it is aware of the issue, and is currently working on a fix.
Unable to play online games on your PlayStation 4? You're not alone, as the PlayStation Network is seeing a widespread outage that is affecting online games, game downloads, account management, and other services. Users are unable to launch online games, download new games, or buy games from the PlayStation Store.
The issue affects users on the PS4, PS3, PS Now, PS Vita, and the web. It's not just game launches and account management either, with PlayStation Video, Music, Direct, and Store also facing outages.
Sony shared an update on September 24 at 11:15pm ET that it is aware of the issue with PSN, and that it is investigating a fix:
We'll let you know once we have more details, but for now, it looks like you'll have to wait a little longer to access PSN.
Update, September 24 (1:00 am ET) — PS4 users are still affected, but services resume for everyone else
In an update, Sony has indicated that PSN services have been restored for PS3, PS Now, PS Vita, and web users. PS4 users, however, are still unable to play online games, log in to their accounts, or access the PlayStation Store.
Update, September 24 (2:00 am ET) — PlayStation Network is back up as Sony restores all services
Sony has confirmed via the PSN service dashboard that services have been restored for all consoles. The PlayStation Network was down for just over four hours, but users can now play online games, access content from the PlayStation Store, and stream using PS Now.
Harish Jonnalagadda is a Senior Editor overseeing Asia at Android Central. He leads the site's coverage of Chinese phone brands, contributing to reviews, features, and buying guides. He also writes about storage servers, audio products, and the semiconductor industry. Contact him on Twitter at @chunkynerd.
"Sony shared an update on September 24 at 11:15pm ET that it is aware of the issue with PSN, and that it is investigating a fix:" In this paragraph you have a Typo. Its suppose to be "September 23" as if it was the 24th it would be today, not last night.
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