Sony has restored many of its services around the world including its PSN and Qriocity music services, after many of Sony’s services were hacked a few months ago, although gamers in Japan have had to wait for the PlayStation services to be restored there.
Now it looks like Sony will be restoring access to the PSN in Japan this week on the 6th of July, and the services that will come back online include the PSN, Sony’s Qriocity service and also the PlayStation Store.
The services were suspended on the 20th of April, so it has almost been a three month wait for gamers in Japan, and many will be happy to see the PlayStation store come back on line as well as the other services.
Source Computer World
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