PS4 gamers have been told how the ongoing coronavirus pandemic will impact PlayStation Network servers.
Fears were sparked that PSN services could be affected by the coronavirus pandemic after a server warning went viral on Twitter.
However, today Sony has come out to explain how the coronavirus pandemic will affect PlayStation Network services.
In a blog post Sony explained that PS4 gamers are likely to see “somewhat slower” download speeds but will still experience “robust gameplay”.
The news comes after streaming giants such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and YouTube agreed to limit bandwidth to ease the strain on the internet.
These moves have come as more and more people are working from home amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
In a blog post Jim Ryan, President and CEO of SIE, explained: “Playing videogames enables players all over the world to connect with friends and family and enjoy much-needed entertainment during these uncertain times.
“Sony Interactive Entertainment is working with internet service providers in Europe to manage download traffic to help preserve access for the entire Internet community.
“We believe it is important to do our part to address Internet stability concerns as an unprecedented number of people are practising social distancing and are becoming more reliant on Internet access.
“Players may experience somewhat slower or delayed game downloads but will still enjoy robust gameplay. We appreciate the support and understanding from our community, and their doing their part, as we take these measures in an effort to preserve access for everyone.”
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