Sony’s PlayStation Network is currently experiencing a global outage. On the PlayStation Network status page, every service except PlayStation Video is marked as experiencing issues.
Tens of thousands of users are reporting issues with PlayStation Network as shown by DownDetector, where Call of Duty, Apex Legends, and Rocket League and many other games are all seeing spikes in user reports as well. We’re seeing reports in a wide variety of languages on Twitter, and PlayStation Japan has officially confirmed the outage as well.
Multiple publishers, including Bethesda and Fortnite maker Epic Games, have posted tweets alerting players about the outage.
PSA: We are aware that PSN is down and players are unable to connect to Rocket League. Please see the PlayStation Network status page for updates.https://t.co/6fsLVVbDcF
— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) February 11, 2021
PlayStation Network is currently experiencing an outage. As PlayStation works to resolve this issue, you can keep up with the status here:https://t.co/rNAFmWENN3
— Fortnite Status (@FortniteStatus) February 11, 2021
— Ask PlayStation JP (@AskPS_JP) February 11, 2021
Two of us here at The Verge were having trouble playing games on PlayStation Now. Oddly, though, I was able to hop into a Fortnite match, a colleague was able to play Destruction AllStars, and my editor was able to download content without issues.
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