PSN Down: PS4 Server Status latest as PlayStation gamers report problems

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Gamers are reporting problems using PS4 servers tonight, with console owners struggling to access core features.

According to down detector sites that track major outages, problems began at 9am this morning in the UK.

And for now, it’s unclear what is causing today’s issues or how long they might last.

One user writes: “Anyone encountering this issue? On one account I’m getting a server communication / ongoing maintenance error and can’t sign in, when I switch to another account it connects instantly and without issues. The problem appeared this morning; both accounts worked fine up till now.”

Another adds: “Yeah, this is happening to me too. I can’t access any of my games because I buy them all digitally.”

Sony PlayStation has provided an update on today’s problem and what areas are worst affected.

The update reveals that most of the PSN’s core features are offline, with engineers looking into the problems.

According to Sony, all PlayStation platforms have been affected, meaning PS4, PS3, PS Vita and PS Web Services.

“You may have some difficulty signing in or creating an account on PlayStation Network,” a message from Sony explains.

“Our engineers are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible, and we thank you for your patience.”

Further news could be shared if this morning’s outage continues throughout the day.

Problems that have been flagged so far include being unable to play games bought digitally from the PlayStation Store, along with other online connections.

Source: Daily Express :: Entertainment Feed


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