PS Network suffers and goes down thanks to hackers
PlayStation Network being the source of online players across the whole globe was scheduled to get a maintenance this Monday but before getting a maintenance update, the whole online network has gone down. The activity was observed this morning when substantial number of online players from North of America reported the issues of network crash.
The latest tweet from the Sony preaches that their worker are on the case to get everything resolved from this ” PS Network suffers ” case and asking its users to be patient for a while.
After a while similar problems emerged from different regions of globe claiming PlayStation Network to be not responding. The network crash has been confirmed by PlayStation twitter page as well stating their users to be patient till the issue is resolved and everything is back on track.
PS Network Suffers from crash creating misery among Gamers!!
A large group of hackers named as “Lizard Squad” has committed the responsibility of invasion of network but this news hasn’t been verified whether they did it or not. In the past the group has been responsible of involvement of attacking the game servers of popular games including Diablo 3, Warcraft and Hearthstone.
In the meanwhile Sony workers are doing everything possible to get relieved of this ” PS Network suffers ” issue and PlayStation Players are left with no option of playing online other than in offline mode. We hope this breach is not another outrageous hack in the history of PlayStation network that took place in 2011 and lasted for 24 days.
So either you are a PlayStation 3 player or PS vita player or any other PlayStation console you have, you will have to wait for a while until the services are back online.
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