news\ Dec 27, 2013 at 12:40 pm

Reports of PSN login issues, disappearing friend lists still rolling in as Sony investigates


Users are still reporting issues with logging into PlayStation Network and while Sony has yet to provide an update today, the most recent statement claims they are "investigating" the reports.

As of yesterday, Ask PlayStation, the official Twitter support for PSN and all PlayStation platforms, acknowledged the problems while issuing the following statement:

The message mimics that of the one posted to the PlayStation forums. Neither offer a clear explanation or a timetable for when PlayStation owners can expect full PSN functionality. With no comment from Sony today (as of this writing), it can be assumed that they are still working on a solution to the problems. As always, we'll be sure to keep you updated with any announcements that Sony may make about the issue.

In the meantime, let us know exactly what problems you are having in the comments below.

On a side note, Sony isn't alone in its struggles. Nintendo is also have its share of online service problems. Following high traffic, many of its online services have been problematic for 3DS and Wii U owners. As a result, Nintendo has delayed the release of the Pokémon Bank app and will temporarily disable the eShop later today.

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