While consumers are slowly dying from not being able to log on to the PlayStation Network to get their daily fix of online gaming, Sony has been reluctant to give a fixed date, only mentioning that they aim to get everything up and running by the end of the month. But it looks like hope is on its way. It has been reported that a quality assurance tester at a game developer has been granted access to the PlayStation Network again.
Apparently a few game developers have confirmed that the network is back for them, which is a good sign. If it turns out to be true, access should be restored to all game developers over the next few days, who will continue to test things out until Sony deems the network suitable to be restored to the public. With only 18 days left until the end of the month, we can only hope for the best. How many of you have already traded in your PS3 for an Xbox 360?