PSN status: PlayStation Network DOWN, sign-in issues hit PS4 servers
PSN down reports are flooding in right now with PS4 fans reporting sign in problems when trying to access the PlayStation Network servers.
Independent outage monitor Down Detector has registered a surge of PSN down reports today.
Out of those affected some 89 per cent of PSN users are experiencing PlayStation Network server sign-in issues.
The Down Detector outage map says the issues are mainly affecting gamers in the UK and Europe.
As the reported PSN server issues hit PS4 fans took to social networking site Twitter to report issues with the PlayStation Network.
One tweeted: “Looks like #psndown”.
Another wrote: “Is anyone else’s PSN down? I can’t sign in”.
One added: “@AskPS_UK has the EU PSN gone down, anyone else having problems or is it just me“.
And another wrote: “Is psn down?”
The official PlayStation Network Status website currently says all services are “up and running”.
But the Ask PlayStation UK Twitter account has been busy responding to PS4 gamers that have been experiencing PSN issues.
Responding to one gamer the @AskPS_UK Twitter account said: “Hi there, sorry to hear that.
Please log out manually, restart the router, then the console (in this order), and then sign back in.
“Let me know how it goes.”
At the time of writing Down Detector UK has registered a peak of around 1,000 reports of PSN down.
The PSN issues come a day ahead of the final State of Play broadcast being streamed by Sony.
The next State of Play Direct-style presentation is taking at 2pm UK time on Tuesday December 10.
It’s rumoured games such as Ghost of Tsushima, the Resident Evil 3 Remake and a new Crash Bandicoot could all have showings in the upcoming State of Play.
More to follow…
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