Sean Wilburn and fans of Call of Duty, Battlefield, Starhawk Beta and a whole slew of other multiplayer sessions may have to wait a day. This includes you Netflix, Vudu, and MLB and PS Home fiends wishing to re-position their virtual furniture. The Playstation Network will be out for maintenance from 8am Pacific to 10pm Pacific. At least that’s the estimate that was given by PSN staff. Additionally, you won’t be able to access the Playstation Blog, Home or Store online either, so if you’re itching to watch the last episode of The Tester, it’s going to have to wait.
From the PS Blog:
PlayStation Network will undergo a significant maintenance period on Thursday, March 1st. Maintenance is expected to start at just after 8:00 am Pacific and will last for several hours, until approximately 10pm Pacific. Unlike typical maintenance events, consumers who are already signed-in to PSN will be signed-out, and consumers will be unable to sign in for the duration of the maintenance window. During this time, users won’t be able to access the PlayStation Store, PlayStation Home, Account Management or play online.
PSN enabled websites will not be able to service users, including this one. Please stay tuned to the PlayStation Twitter feed for a notice when PSN is fully back online.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Via »PS Blog