After a painful month-long wait, Sony’s PlayStation Network Store is finally set to return on May 24, a new report revealed.
The PSN Store, which lets PSN users purchase PS3 and PSP game consoles along with a wide variety of games, went offline following last month’s attack on the company’s PSN and PC Gaming Networks which left over 100 million users’ key personal information such as names, addresses and credit card info exposed.
Though the PS Network was back online late last week, its online store remained closed.
However, according to a memo sent by the console giant to some of its key game developers, it could be only a matter of four days when the store finally comes back into action on May 24.
“We thank you for your patience as we work to resume service of the PlayStation Store," he said. “If there are concerns [regarding new release dates], we are willing to consider adjusting the release date of your content on this schedule,” read the message sent by PSN content manager John Osorno to developers, T3 (opens in new tab)reports.
Sony earlier announced that PSN users will be getting one month of free access to the platform as compensation for the inconvenience they have gone through over the last month.