Headaches for PS3 Devs while PSN not back online

As if the PlayStation Network being down hadn’t caused enough direct and indirect problems without news of yet more headaches. This time headaches for PS3 game developers From Software, creators of the game Dark Souls.

It’s now the third week without the PSN, a problem which has not only cost potentially billions of dollars but is now beginning to eat into From Software’s production schedule. Dark Souls is the sequel to Demon Souls.

The new game provides the same experience during gameplay but has much more to offer on its online mode than the previous game. This is according to From Software’s Kei Horono who according to The Christian Science Monitor, was speaking to CVG.

It is reported that the PSN will be fully restored by May 31st but it is uncertain, we will just have to wait and see. Check out the link above for more details about the effect the outage is having on the developers.

Do you think we will be seeing the network up and running by the end of the month? Share your thoughts below.

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Written by Chris Cook

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