PlayStation Network is down for many users around the world, leaving them unable to login or play games online.
The folks at PlayStation are now working to get the network back online.
'You may have some difficulty launching games, applications, or online features, ' the site states. "Our engineers are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible, and we thank you for your patience", the message reads.
The new error seems to occur when the person attempts to join a party, so it is safe to say that the problems associated with today's issues have not been fully resolved yet.
The latest update from Sony came in at 2:48 p.m. (ET) on Thursday and no further information has been shared since then. In fact, it is often quite hard to predict how long services will be unavailable for as estimates are rarely given.
Network providers don't like to give estimates for how long issues might last, in case it takes longer to work out the problem.
Reports are flooding in from PSN users now, so hopefully Sony will be able to ascertain what the issue is fairly soon. Services such as PlayStation Video, the PlayStation Store and PlayStation Music are also experiencing issues. Error ws-37403-7 is popping up across the board for users worldwide. I've looked this up on the PlayStation website and it apparently doesn't exist?!? Even without Sony at the show, there has been a lot of games for PS4 fans to check out.
"We are now experiencing matchmaking issues across all modes". This must be really PSN people off.
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