Looking to do a bit of gaming this weekend?
And when you are playing, be sure to follow along to the Dragon Ball FighterZ wiki guide and our Monster Hunter World guide. It's not a complete outage but the issues are widespread enough that there are countless reports online of gamers having difficulties in accessing the PlayStation Network.More news: Grammys 2018: Hillary Clinton reads 'Fire and Fury' in segment
PlayStation Network is once again experiencing issues with the service's gaming and social features being affected.
Update: Sony's PlayStation Network is now reportedly back online, with all services running, according to the Network Service Status page. The Ask PlayStation Twitter account hasn't tweeted anything so far regarding the issues that are affecting PSN, though it has been fielding questions and concerns from disgruntled players who can't play their new copy of Monster Hunter World by sending them instructions through private messages. It's also the third time this week that the PlayStation Network has had issues, which is quite embarrassing for the company.More news: ATM makers warn of 'jackpotting' hacks on US machines
As of yet there hasn't been any indication of when we can expect full connectivity to be restored, but Sony's service status site says "engineers are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible". While players can still access their account management and non-gaming applications such as PlayStation Music, games, applications and online features are now inaccessible. It's not ideal, but it's something to do while you wait for Sony to fix whatever's broken.More news: Goldman Sachs Group Initiates Coverage on Community Health Systems (CYH)