PlayStation Network maintenance to be rescheduled

Thursday, 1st March 2012 07:04 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Today’s scheduled downtime of PlayStation Network will now happen at a later date, Sony’s confirmed on Twitter.

No reason was given for why the maintenance was delayed, though.

It said in a tweet: “Update: Tomorrow’s scheduled PSN maintenance has been postponed. We’ll update everyone once it’s rescheduled. Until then, game on.”

The network was meant to go down for a massive 14 hours today from 4pm GMT to 6am GMT tomorrow morning, with users unable to stay signed in during maintenance unlike past downtime periods.



  1. gomersoul

    too many people complaining about missing out on the new mw3 maps perhaps? shame sony didn’t think of that first :)

    #1 3 years ago
  2. diego-rbb-93

    JAJAJAJA! Freaking funny, as tomorrow after the Maintenance, Wololo was supossed to reveal which is the game that was going to be compatible with the Half Byte Loader on Vita (its a little homebrew loader).

    So you can think maybe its just for another reason, but its really funny to see, no matter how, Sony has an eye in a project that basically, doesnt have so much to do in Vita, as it only works through the PSP Emulator and it will be patched in the same moment they launch the software.

    Hope this isn´t the reason about the delay, as this project doesnt have any value on Vita security. Even Wololo said that its something a bit impractical and that the only objetive with it, was to show your friends how you run Super Mario World on Vita till you get tired. Only one update and Sony will eliminate forever.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. Gekidami

    Wonder if this maintenance is meant to actually put Vita on the network. Right now Vita users can see PS3 users online on their friends list, but from both the PlayStation site, and a PS3, Vita users never show as online. PS3 users also cant see Vita Trophies and besides standard messages, there isnt any interaction between the two; You cant text chat or video chat.

    Its pretty dumb that this stuff wasnt integrated from launch, no idea if this maintenance is for it, but at this point Sony really should be getting it sorted out.

    #3 3 years ago

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