PSN update: Sony begins next phase of service roll-out as core network stabilizes
Sony has announced that the core network stability of PlayStation Network (PSN) is returning and will soon begin its next phase of service roll-out by reinstating one of PS4 PlayStation features – the ‘Content Information Screen’ services.
Through an update on EU PlayStation Blog Sony stated: “Users will be aware that core network stability has returned throughout today and we are beginning the next phase of PSN service roll-out e.g. users will soon be able to progressively see the content info area for game titles.”
Sony has however, noted that users will not be able to redeem any vouchers and they will be controlled in a bid to cope with the volume. Sony disabled the ‘redeem voucher’ functionality yesterday as the traffic volumes peaked following the European and UK launch of the PlayStation 4.
Earlier Sony had disabled ‘What’s New’ and ‘Content Information Screen’ services as a precautionary measure to cope up with the ‘unprecedented influx’ of players from Europe and North America and to ensure that that users have a ‘positive’ online experience.