Sony has announced that the company is currently testing its PSN platform in several regions, indicating that its almost ready to bring the platform came back online.
More than three weeks ago, the company was forced to shut down its global PlayStation Network after suffering from a massive attack on its servers. A week after the attack took place, the company revealed that hackers had stolen valuable personal information including credit card details of its PSN users.
According to a Sony Tweet cited by Gamepur (opens in new tab), the company is currently testing the online gaming platform in Japan, Europe and America.
Also, several reports have emerged that the company has made the network online for some developers, although many continue to remain shut out from it. This means that the company has began the phased roll out of the PSN platform.
"The internal PSN developer network is online again, at least it seems for some, although things are still a bit shaky at the moment such as lack of new account sign up," a user wrote on a forum, MCV (opens in new tab)reports.
"Looks like the full network, at least the online play/account part of it, will be back soon."