The ongoing global shutdown of the PlayStation Network has left a UK studio with “absolutely no revenues” for a week.
The head of the studio, who wishes to remain anonymous, predicts further woes when the network comes back online.
“What we’re concerned about is how many people are going to come back after the PlayStation Network comes back online,” the person said.
“There may be a lot of people who won’t want to spend their money through PlayStation Network now. We’re expecting a 5-10 per cent drop in business.”
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