Patrick Seybold, Sr. Director, Corporate Communications and Social Media of Sony, announced today in his blog post that the Playstation Network and Qriocity systems should be  back online by next week. Although he also stated that  only “some” services will be restored next week, it is good to see some progress on their efforts to restore the downed system.

With nearly a week offline, this is good news to Playstation users. After the security breach and possible theft of identities, it is likely that there will be new additions to the services offered by the Playstation Network. The only question is, how many users will find it safe to have an account with PSN after such a catastrophic  intrusion to their systems?

I have included Patrick’s blog post below.

These malicious actions have also had an impact on your ability to enjoy the services provided by PlayStation Network and Qriocity including online gaming and online access to music, movies, sports and TV shows. We have a clear path to have PlayStation Network and Qriocity systems back online, and expect to restore some services within a week.

We’re working day and night to ensure it is done as quickly as possible. We appreciate your patience and feedback.

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Corey Philipp has a love for indie games and enjoys sharing this through reviews of great, yet often little-known titles. He has a talent for watching the latest gaming trailers, reading between the lines, and telling you all there is to know about a game before the information is public.

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  1. Alejandra

    they don’t know when it’ll be up, whiners will, yet again, whine that Sony is kneeipg them in the dark.Either way, I have faith that their network will be back soon and stronger than ever. They haven’t wronged me in NOT having their FREE network up. Also, according to a Sony rep, there will be new features that have been a long time comin’ for the PSN when it returns, like cross game chat, I heard.

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