Posted April 04, 2019 05:32:38Sony announced its PlayStation Network on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2019, and the service will continue to function as normal until the company fixes a bug in the firmware that can cause the network to be down.
Users can continue using their consoles and services normally, but some services, like Netflix, will be unavailable until a firmware update is released.
A lot of things are going on in the world right now, and some things that might make you feel better are not going to make you happier.
If you are on the Sony PlayStation Network, however, things are looking up.
The PlayStation Network is now functioning normally after Sony fixed a firmware bug in October that caused it to be inaccessible to a large number of users.
While the problem was not widespread, it caused a number of services to go offline.
It also left many people with no way to access their Netflix or Amazon Prime content.
Sony released a firmware fix for the problem in early November, and in early December, the PlayStation Network was restored to normal.
As of today, the company is still working on a firmware patch for the network issue, and users can expect the network services to be back up and running by April 10th.
This article originally appeared on The Verge and was republished with permission.