The switch-on that can only be challenged by that of the Jurassic Park reboot of 1993 is underway.
Unless you’ve been under a rock, and let’s face it many PlayStation users have been for the last few weeks, you will understand that almost 4 weeks ago Sony switched off the PSN. This was of course due to an intrusion into their network that resulted in the loss of many millions of users personal and private details and potentionally the most important information… credit cards.
Well after 26 days offline, Sony have announced Firmware 3.61 is being rolled out across the regions and the network restoration is underway. As previously noted users will be asked to update their password upon accessing the PSN for the first time.
The announcement was promptly made via Facebook and the European Blog site for PSN.