PSN Finally returning to Asia starting tomorrow

PSN Finally returning to Asia starting tomorrow


According to Sony, the Playstation Network aka The PSN will start resuming services in Asia starting tomorrow (The 28th of May), which is perfect since tomorrow is a Saturday! We all know that the PSN is up and running in most places around with the world, with Asia being the last to have their servers switched on, thanks to that ugly PSN Hack. Good news is that those in Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and even Japan (who’s Government were not allowing the PSN to be switched on until further security guarantee’s could be made) will start having their services back on soon, along with the welcome back package from Sony within the next one or two weeks!

Those of you in Hong Kong and South Korea will have to wait just a little bit longer but Sony Promises to have your PSN up and running by the end of the month, a long with the Playstation Store, so hopefully come June we can all forget about the PSN ever being down and continue to smash those goals. A very expensive $171 Million problem eh Sony?

Source: Engadget


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