PSN Servers Downed by Lizard Squad, Network Issues Currently Subsiding

Sony reports that network issues are being worked out and it will continue to monitor the same.

Posted By | On 25th, Dec. 2014 Under News

PlayStation 4_official

Sony’s PlayStation Network faces significant slowdown yesterday. Servers were down and many players found it difficult to core gameplay services. The same issues were faced by Xbox Live, which is also currently back up for the most part. This comes off of threats from hacking group Lizard Squad to take down PSN and Xbox Live on Christmas.

The Ask PlayStation Twitter first tweeted out that, “We are aware that there have been issues reported with PSN. Thanks for your patience as we investigate.”

In a recent update, Ask PlayStation revealed that, “We are seeing reduced reports of network issues. We’ll continue to monitor – thanks for your patience and happy holidays!”

As it stands, you may still face slight issues when connecting to games and using online apps like YouTube and such. However, things seem to be back to normal. What are your thoughts on Lizard Squad’s attacks? More importantly, how is your Christmas going? Let us know in the comments.

Awesome Stuff that you might be interested in

  • Vance

    it wasn’t actually the same issues face on both platforms. it was only xbox video store and music that was affected.
    also, on the network outage here some representative charts to help with that:
    make sure to take notice of how quickly the issue was corrected and how low the number of affected was kept on xbl.

  • d0x360

    Total nonsense. Lizard squad looks for network outages and then claims it was them. Its never them. Ever. Xbl was down for 90 min in the EU because so many people were watching the interview,or trying to. Psn was down for hours in the USA for unrelated reasons. Nothing to see here move along.

  • SirMaximusTR

    Greatness “still” Awaits,lol

    • Agent_Blade

      Xbox is down too. Jeez fanboys make me sick.


Copyright © 2009-2017 All Rights Reserved.