Sony expects the PlayStation store to be online on May 24. When the store is open, Sony will release multiple updates to make up the content that was supposed to release during the downtime. Hit the break for all the dates/timeline for all the upcoming updates…
May 24: PlayStation store relaunches and content that was originally planned for April 26 will be released.
May 27: Content that was originally planned for May 3 will be released.
May 31: Content that was originally planned for the past three weeks will be released.
June 3: Content that was originally planned for the past three weeks will be released
After June 3, the PlayStation Store will continue with its usual weekly updates.
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