Despite previous optimistic reports, it seems like the May 24 date previously announced by Sony as PS Store grand reopening day, albeit tentatively, is nothing of the sort. The good news is that we may be able to see the service return by the end of the month, but this time Sony isn’t offering anything in the way of a solid date, which judging by recent history seems like a smart move.
If you want to hear it from the horse’s mouth, Sony’s Jeff Rubenstein says “we’re still targeting restoration of all services by the end of this month.” There, happy now? We know, us neither, at least until we have an ETA on our incoming free games. Not to mention the embarrassment of riches that the Store update should bring in terms of new games and DLC.
Source PlayStation Blog
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