Sony Disputes May 31 Deadline for PSN Restoration Report
Sorry guys, but Sony doesn't seem to set May 31 as its deadline for PlayStation Network. You still have to sit, wait and wonder until it's all done.
Following the announcement that Sony will have its ‘phased restoration‘ for the PlayStation Network last week, it seems that nothing really happened. The past seven days just came and went, and the PSN services are still are down. So when will Sony bring back the PSN online? Only the company knows.
As of today, the company still doesn’t have an established timeline as to when its services will be online again. However, Sony spokesperson – Shigenori Yoshida – said that everything should be restored by the end of May. Bloomberg even added that the company has set May 31 as the deadline to restore all PSN services.
But Sony disputed Bloomberg’s statement, and pointed out that the May 31 deadline is inaccurate and does not exist. The company has yet to established any deadline for the restoration of PSN, so the people still have to wait until proper security measures are in place.View Article Source »