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If you’re a subscriber to PlayStation Plus, you may have noticed recently that something is awry. Maybe you can’t access the full roster of subscriber content? Maybe all of the new content isn’t showing up in the PlayStation Store for you?

Never fear, as Sony is not only aware of things being a little glitchy right now, but they’re working hard on getting it fixed. The PlayStation Blog says everything should be fixed “ASAP”, and that they expect over the next few days it’ll all get sorted out.

It seems that the reason for all of this is that the Welcome Back program isn’t fully expiring, and that issue is keeping those with full Plus membership from being able to access all that they should be able to.

European PSN product manager James Thrope says:

“We are working on this problem now as a matter of priority and expect customers to see this fixed over the next few days.”

Source: CVG

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PlayStation Plus Is Having Issues, But Sony Is Working On Them

By EGM Staff | 07/8/2011 11:40 AM PT

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If you’re a subscriber to PlayStation Plus, you may have noticed recently that something is awry. Maybe you can’t access the full roster of subscriber content? Maybe all of the new content isn’t showing up in the PlayStation Store for you?

Never fear, as Sony is not only aware of things being a little glitchy right now, but they’re working hard on getting it fixed. The PlayStation Blog says everything should be fixed “ASAP”, and that they expect over the next few days it’ll all get sorted out.

It seems that the reason for all of this is that the Welcome Back program isn’t fully expiring, and that issue is keeping those with full Plus membership from being able to access all that they should be able to.

European PSN product manager James Thrope says:

“We are working on this problem now as a matter of priority and expect customers to see this fixed over the next few days.”

Source: CVG

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