Just a day after Microsoft fixed its Xbox outage issue, Sony is facing similar things with the PlayStation Network (PSN). The company’s current disruption, which has been occurring over the past several hours, is affecting games and social features across the PlayStation family of products, including the PS4 and PS5, as well as older hardware such as the PS3 and PS Vita.
PlayStation Network Status website Problem appears It started around 6:30 pm on Friday, February 26th. Some games are affected by interruption, which means that you may not be able to play them, or if they are launched, you may not be able to access the network features of the game.
Additionally, other applications may fail to run or function properly, which means you may not be able to watch YouTube with your console for a while, for example. It’s unclear if any social features were affected at this time, but assuming this, you might have problems creating or joining parties and sending messages.
Reports from players indicate that several popular titles have been affected by the disruption, including It is an electronic gameAnd the Call of Duty: War Zone, And the Maine Craft. You might still be able to play these games offline (assuming it has an offline mode), but this might only be the case if the network features work enough to verify the game’s license.
Sony doesn’t seem to have fixed the cutout on its Twitter support page; It’s unclear how far it might take a fix, but given similar issues in the past, it isn’t unreasonable to assume that it might extend over the weekend. Be sure to check back in the future any updates we receive from Sony as they become available.