Sony’s PSN has been offline for a second day after a network-wide outage, the latest in a string of downages in recent weeks.
The company said Wednesday it had been experiencing outages for several hours.
The outage, which affected the PS4, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV, affected approximately 50 million PlayStation 4 consoles worldwide, including the $200 and $300 versions.
Users who were unable to connect to the network could access other services on the platform, such as PlayStation Plus and other online games, through PlayStation Now.
The network outage was first reported in Europe and the United States on Wednesday.
It’s unclear when the outage will end.
The PlayStation Network has suffered a string in recent months, including a major outage last year and a similar outage in 2015.
Sony has previously said the network would not be fully operational for at least another week, but said on Wednesday it would likely remain offline until at least late April.