Electronic powerhouse Sony have finally apologised for PlayStation 4 users experiencing network issues after the releasing of the most recent firmware update 2.0.
Australian PS4 boss Michael Ephraim was quoted, saying;
“It was very unfortunate. We hate that. The network was down during the 2.0 release. It’s very unfortunate. Those things are gonna happen over time. We’re not bulletproof on those things. I think the good thing is, we reacted quickly and the fix is out, about two or three days after. So we apologise. Like I said, dealing with global network loads and concurrent users for a platform that is ever expanding because of our sales being so strong is tricky at times, and we’re not infallible.”