by May 9, 2011 @ 10:39 am
Sony Computer Entertainment spokesperson Shigenori Yoshida has revealed to Bloomberg that the company plans to fully restore PSN services by May 31. However, it remains ‘uncertain’ as to when a portion of the services can be brought back online.
Originally, the plan was to restore a basic level of access last week, with the ability to browse the PlayStation Store coming at a later date. Unfortunately, Sony missed this target, noting that it was in the final stages of working alongside security experts to audit the system.
As revealed last month, the relaunch of PSN will prompt a mandatory firmware upgrade, forcing users to change their PSN password.
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