Last night after the PlayStation Network was knocked offline almost all day, Sony took to Twitter to announce that in order to apologize for the outage, they would be extending PlayStation Now and PlayStation Plus subscriptions for those affected.


The network was restored last night, but Sony still has not given a final statement on what exactly caused the 10-hour long outage. At the time of writing, details still have not been released about for how long subscriptions will be extended or when the extensions will take place. Despite the announcement of an extension, one Twitter user was still disgruntled.


When the PlayStation Network went down yesterday, a hacker group known as Phantom Squad took responsibility for the outage on Twitter.


Upon seeing the Tweet, users were outraged.


As with the above Tweet, some users doubted the hacker group’s claim.


We’ll continue to update as more details are revealed.
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