PSN’s 43 day nightmare is over

Sony has this morning confirmed that the PlayStation Store is being turned back on around the world.

It’s recovery marks the full restoration of PSN. In total the full service was down for 43 days, or just over six weeks.

"I’m happy to confirm that PlayStation Store is open and you can now download content and redeem voucher codes," SCEE’s head of communications Nick Caplin stated.

"We will update you with the full lists of new content available to PlayStation Network members and PlayStation Plus subscribers here on the PlayStation.Blog in the next few hours.

"You may have noticed that the content promised as part of the Welcome Back offer is not yet live. It is currently in the final stages of testing and will be available to download very soon; we’ll be sure to let you know when."

The Store returns with a breadth of new content including digital titles such as Sega Rally Online, Outland and Back to the Future: Episode 3. There are also a number of demos available such as Red Faction: Armageddon and Motorstorm: Apocalypse.

Gamers will also be delighted to finally get their hands on expansion packs and DLC for titles such as Crysis 2, LA Noire and Fallout New Vegas.

A further store update is scheduled for tomorrow.

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