A long-awaited feature is now available to PlayStation Network users: account name changes. Depending on your region, the feature will become available later on April 10 or April 11. It… Read More »
So long, Xx_DaNkGaMeR_xX. It’s been swell, SwagLord6969. That’s right: after over a decade, Sony will finally allow players the ability to change their usernames on its online service. The rumors… Read More »
You’ll probably have noticed that connecting to GT Sport‘s servers was almost impossible for the last couple of days. Users were unable to log in to race online, or even… Read More »
If you’re just settling in to some well-earned time off and hoping to get some GT Sport action, we’ve got a little bit of bad news. Players all over the… Read More »
PlayStation’s annual Easter PSN sale offers big discounts on racing games.
Players using illicitly modified game data to hack Gran Turismo 6 will find their consoles banned from online services.
Gran Turismo 5’s online services are expected to be offline for over 14 hours, Sunday through Monday.
Gran Turismo fans continue to wait for the next GT5 update as PlayStation Network services remain offline in Polyphony Digital’s homeland.
Kazunori Yamauchi shares some information about the next GT5 update via Twitter.
It looks like the long wait is nearly over – Sony will begin restoring PlayStation Network services around the world over the next 24 hours.
Sony acknowledges they have more work to do before bringing the PlayStation Network back online.
Sony held a press conference in Tokyo today to provide more details about the ongoing PlayStation Network outage and their plans moving forward.
The ongoing PlayStation Network outage goes from bad to worse with the exposure of user account information.
Gran Turismo 5’s online features remain crippled by the extended downtime of the PlayStation Network due to “external intrusion”.