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Since late afternoon, people have been able to log in to PSN. At about 5:30 PM EST, it was easier for me and others to log in to PSN with their PS3 consoles. Just recently, there has been no problems logging in at all with the PS3, though one app froze the console and had to reset it. No problems downloading content such as demos and trailers.

If only I had a PS4, I would know what’s going on right now, but a post published in the last few hours at PlayStation.Blog by Catherine Jensen, VP of Consumer Experience at SCEA, states the current condition of the gaming network: “The video game industry has been experiencing high levels of traffic designed to disrupt connectivity and online gameplay. Multiple networks, including PSN, have been affected over the last 48 hours. PSN engineers are working hard to restore full network access and online gameplay as quickly as possible. From time to time there may be disruptions in service due to surges in traffic, but our engineers will be working to restore service as quickly as possible.”

As of recently, some people are still having problems logging in to PSN with their PS4 consoles. Unfortunately, there is still no ETA (estimated time of arrival) for people to enter PSN with their newest Sony console without any difficulties. Keep following @AskPlayStation and the PlayStation Network Update page for the latest.

For Microsoft and Xbox Live, all services have returned, with the exception of MLB.TV, Maxim and IGN.

[Update – Dec. 28,2014]: According to PlayStation.Blog: “UPDATE: PlayStation Network is back online. As you probably know, PlayStation Network and some other gaming services were attacked over the holidays with artificially high levels of traffic designed to disrupt connectivity and online gameplay. This may have prevented your access to the network and its services over the last few days. Thanks again for your support and patience. We’ll provide any further updates here.”

[Source]: PlayStation.Blog: PlayStation Network Update.

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