By the looks of things, Sony’s PlayStation Network is still down for most users and not in a good way.
According to Sony’s PSN FAQ, users who have registered for the service and logged in to their account will be able to access their PlayStation Network and games.
However, there are reports that the PlayStation 3 and PS4 systems are also down.
This is likely because Sony is attempting to force customers to buy additional hardware to get the PS4 and PS3 back online.
There are no reports on whether this is the case for the PS3 or PS4.
The PS3 and PS2 systems are still available on the PlayStation Store, though there are no new PS4 versions in sight.
As of now, Sony is claiming that the PSN is up and running and that “some features will be available in the coming weeks.”
The service is currently experiencing connectivity issues and is currently being treated as out of service.
Sony is offering refunds to customers who have lost access to the PSNS network, though many have already started to take advantage of the system’s online services.