Monday, May 16, 2011

Sony PlayStation Network Services Finally Being Restored

Over the weekend Sony started rolling out a phased restoration of limited PlayStation Network services which included a firmware update (v3.61) that forces users to change their PSN passwords. As of today partial services have be restored to North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and the Middle East. Missing from the list is Japan which according to a report by Nikkei, are blocking Sony from bringing PSN online in their domestic territory until the company can demonstrate that certain new security measures have been met.

Sony has posted a PSN FAQ – Restoration Questions Answered as well as a has a step-by-step guide for resting your password; located here.

So far the roll-out looks like a success with very few reports of issues. If you have any and the guides above don't provide the answers you need please feel free to post any questions and I'll try to be of some assistance.

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