Players are wondering if the PlayStation servers are down with many experience issues with the network. Here’s the current PlayStation Network Status.
Thankfully, there haven’t been too many issues with the PlayStation Network lately, however, that seems to have changed today. PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 owners looking to play a game are having difficulties logging in.
Call of Duty: Vanguard and Destiny 2 are two of the main games players are having issues logging in to. However, games that don’t require you to have PS Plus like Call of Duty: Warzone don’t appear to be having any issues.
Other PlayStation users are reporting issues when trying to access or make a purchase on the PlayStation Store. Here’s the current status of the PlayStation Network including the store, gaming and social, and more.
Is the PlayStation Network Down on July 19, 2022?
Yes, it looks like the PlayStation servers are down on July 19th, 2022. The PSN Service Status page is showing that account management, gaming and social, and the PlayStation Store are experiencing issues.
PlayStation Video and PlayStation Direct are the only two services that aren’t experiencing any issues. Under the account management tab, Sony has stated that players might have difficulty signing in or creating an account for PlayStation Network.
Purchasing, downloads, and browsing on the PlayStation Store all currently have issues. This is likely the reason why players are having trouble logging into games like Vanguard and Destiny 2.
PlayStation ws-37505-0 & ws-116522-7 Error Messages
The WS-37505-0 error message is appearing for PS4 users today. This is an error message that appears when the connection between your PS4 console and the PlayStation servers has failed. This is due to the current issues on the PlayStation network and there’s no manual fix.
The ws-116522-7 error message is again down to the current issues with the PlayStation Network servers. The error will appear when a system software update has failed, but in this case, due to the issues, the latest version of system software isn’t recognized.
Destiny 2 unable to connect to PlayStation network
Destiny 2 PS4 and PS5 players are getting the “unable to connect to the PlayStation Network” error message. Again, this is due to the current service issues with the network.
We’ll update this article when the issues have been resolved.