Reports indicate that sign in errors are occurring, leaving PlayStation Network users unable to play games and use other features.
According to the Ask PlayStation Twitter, Sony is now investigating the matter.
The good news is that PlayStation has flagged the problem and have confirmed that they are working to get things back online. But those at home looking to boot up their PS4 (or other PlayStation Network-reliant device or service) might find themselves running into server issues. "Our engineers are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible, and we thank you for your patience", the message from PlayStation Support reads.
In a day highlighted by technical problems, PlayStation Network, the online service allowing users to connect their console for online gaming and streaming, has reportedly crashed. "Our engineers are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible".
Although Sony shared a response to PlayStation owners that "some users" are experiencing difficulties, the support tweet has amassed over 6.2 thousand replies, with no indication of the network being fixed. In fact, it is often quite hard to predict how long services will be unavailable for as estimates are rarely given.
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It said: "We're aware that some users are experiencing issues logging into PSN".
For now, it appears that all core PlayStation services have been affected.
That code, in case you're wondering, is WS-37403-7. Error ws-37403-7 is popping up across the board for users worldwide. Even without Sony at the show, there has been a lot of games for PS4 fans to check out.
Some people appear to have received an error telling them that they have no PS Plus membership, but this seems to be tied into the ongoing issues, so if you have seen this message despite knowing your PS Plus membership is all paid up then there is no need to worry. This must be really PSN people off.
Let's hope that PlayStation can get its act together pretty quickly.