PlayStation users are currently unable to play games online

According to many reports, PlayStation owners are unable to connect to the Internet after Wednesday’s firmware upgrade.

Social media users complained that after the console patch release, they couldn’t play PS4 and PS5 games such as FIFA, Destiny, or The Elder Scrolls Online.

VGC confirmed Gran Turismo 7 Street Fighter V and Grand Theft Auto Online are experiencing issues.

Website Down Detector monitors the state of important network connections using user reports. You can also find hundreds of reports on FIFA and Call of Duty issues.

Some PlayStation Plus subscribers weren’t recognized by their consoles according to users. Sony has yet to comment on the issue.

Some claimed that the PS5 could possibly be restarted in order to repair it. Some people disagreed. VGC found the same problem and advised that your PS5 not be restarted.

PlayStation’s Twitter Support Account @AskPlayStation has not yet addressed the problem at the time of this article, despite many messages from users.

Some reports claim that players still have access to online menus for FIFA 22, according to certain sources. You can still access these menus online. It throws an error when they attempt to access online matches. They require PlayStation Plus.