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Day 2, PlayStation Network Down… Again (80710092)

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[UPDATE 2] It appears as if the PSN is back online.

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[UPDATE] On PlayStation site “The PlayStation Network is down”

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For the second straight day, the PlayStation Network (PSN) is experiencing technical difficulties.  Yesterday we received word, that the PS engineers were hard at work, but so far there have been no updates on the status.

The error has been tied to the Call of Duty: World at War Map Pack uploaded onto the PSN.  Many user’s are reporting the incident happened shortly after the Map Pack and Call of Duty 1.04 Update were installed.  We’ll keep you posted on any new developments on this post with updates.

If you’re having technical difficulties, please call Sony’s Hotline:

Sony Computer Entertainment America
M-SAT 6:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. PST
Sunday 7:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m
800-345-7669 (800-345-SONY)

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  1. Guy

    It’s not Call of Duty. I don’t have the game, nor have I downloaded anything related to it, and I’m having connection problems.

    Error: 8071053D

  2. anon

    i don’t have Call of Duty, either. nor do i recall downloading anything related to it. i was logged in fine yesterday and even synced my trophies, but when i tried today i get that error while trying to sign into psn.

  3. Robbie

    They arent saying you have the game, they are saying that the new call of duty maps pack has damaged the entire playstation network, whether you have the game or not, it doesnt matter as we all use the same playstation network… Very annoying though!
    Robbie Pereira

  4. jazonergi

    yeah they release the cod wow map pack and midnight club the same day how many hours late lol… i knew something like this was gonna happen

  5. mrjuandrful

    @Guy
    As long as it’s not the I D 10 T error message, PS won’t fix it

  6. Kerlos

    I always hated the COD:WOW game and now i have another reason to dislike even more, the game play is a joke, and its map packs make entire server networks to crash fatally. The entire COD:WOW experience is horrid. @Robbie

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    @mrjuandrful

    i lol’d

  8. superdynamite

    I downloaded the C&C: Red Alert Demo, now I can’t sign on.

  9. MissesQreyzee

    @mrjuandrful
    Funny!!!

  10. Qrey-zee

    LMBO!!!!!!!

  11. Kezins

    Strange thing is, I haven’t had any troubles in the past two days. Must just be all your COD fans.

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