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Don't Freak Out, the PlayStation Network is Down...

Posted on Thursday, August 11 @ 08:10:01 PST by

Whenever the PlayStation Network is down, even if only for a few minutes, people freak out. I can't blame them, after hackers intruded upon Sony's PSN servers and took the network down for over a month. And all work and no PlayStation Network makes gamers dull (and angry) boys. The constant fear is enough to drive you insane.

This time, you can chillax - it's not hackers, it's just normal scheduled maintenance. The PlayStation Network will go offline at 11AM EST/8AM PDT for a total of 11 hours.

And no, this isn't because something super cool is on the way; this just happens from time to time, though I wouldn't mind being totally surprised with an updated PlayStation Store or something equally as awesome.

Not sure what to do without the PlayStation Network? I suggest going outside and getting some fresh air. Summer is almost over.
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