Reported straight from Sony’s official PlayStation Blog, they expect the rest of the currently missing PlayStation Network services to return by the end of the week, which includes the most important part of the PSN besides online gaming — the PlayStation Store.
Sony plans to fully restore PSN services in the Americas, Europe/PAL territories and Asia (excluding Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea) by the end of this week. Yes, if the store isn’t restored today, then Sony’s original May 31 deadline for restoring the store will have passed, and yes, that does mean they missed yet another deadline that they set themselves regarding PSN service restoration, and yes, that means this new deadline might not mean anything either. No one would blame anyone for not exactly expecting full PSN services back by this new deadline, but hey, they’ve already been gone for so long, the estimated “by the end of this week” deadline seems spot on. I mean, what else is there to do, right?
Let me give you my money already, Sony! Jeez.
(via PlayStation Blog)