The PlayStation Network, or PSN, is finally back online as of today or at least supposed to be. The service was supposed to be restored to Americas, Europe/PAL territories and Asia, excluding Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea as of this afternoon.
There has been an unexpected amount of traffic and servers have been unable to handle it so far but they’re slowly but surely allowing everyone in. If you haven’t been able to yet, you soon will be able to.
Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity is coming as part of the PSN restoration that we’ve all been waiting for as well as now 70 days of PlayStation Plus for free if you were already a member. They’ve added another ten days since the PSN is coming back later than we hoped. April content from this service will remain for the next two weeks in case anybody missed it in April and Burnout Paradise is available to download as part of June’s content list, their first EA title.