PlayStation Networks (PSN) is down. Playing online via PS4 or PS5 is currently not possible. Update: The issue has been resolved.
Update: 7:30 PM:
Allestören.de error reports are back and the PSN server status is back to ‘Green’. Means: The issue has been resolved and you can play online as usual using your PlayStation again.
The original message, 6:45 p.m.:
Since 5:30 PM, reports have been mounting that connecting to the PlayStation Network on the new PlayStation 5 or PlayStation 5 is no longer possible. Means: You cannot currently play online with a game console, as PlayStation Network is required. Voice chats are also not possible. Not just Sony
Red lights indicate that the servers are currently experiencing problems, and error messages appear as well
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We are also affected by the turbulence we noticed on PS4 and PS5 consoles at 6pm. While Call of Duty Modern Warfare could still be started for a while, the connection to the game and the voice chat were finally cut off.
With “Call of Duty News” reporting on Twitter, the turmoil appears to be greater. Other companies are also affected by the disruption, including Steam, Amazon and UPS.
It appears to be part of a major internet outage affecting Steam, Amazon, UPS, and other companies as well.
– Call of Duty News (@charlieINTEL) July 22, 2021
It is true that crash reports are already built into Amazon services خدمات
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It is still unclear when the servers will be available again. Nor do we yet know the cause of the disturbance. Once we have more information for you, you will find it here. Most of the time, these issues are resolved in a short time and you can play online again with your friends via PlayStation console.
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