PlayStation Network – an error killed the consoles


PlayStation 3  users all over the planet (the regular version, not PS3 slim) can’t login to the PlayStation Network, use their DLCs or earn achievements (and play some single player games).

The famous 8001050F error sets up the date in the device to January 1st 2000. What does it mean? It will disable your console.

Sony did react to all of this on their Twitter account saying:

PSN status update: We’re narrowing down the issue and continue to work to restore service to all. Updates as soon as we have them.

And the latest:

Here’s the latest info on PlayStation Network’s status:

Which has all the info:

Does it sound familiar to you guys? It does to me, it’s just like Steam – when it’s down you can’t access any of that stuff and you can’t even play most of your games if you didn’t activate the offline mode at least once.

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. SynxS

    Consoles fail anyway–PC rules :3

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  2. Armada

    Yes it does sound familiar to me, [b]four years ago[/b].

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