Sony is still digging its way from under the aftermath of the breach of its PlayStation network. Much of the PSN is back online in most countries though some are still without service. Sony Computer Entertainment and Sony Corp announced today that the full restoration of Qriocity service will be made today in all territories where the service operates except one. That one territory that the service will remain unavailable in is Japan.
The restoration of the Qriocity service means that all of the services that were shut down on April 20 in the wake of the massive hacking attack will be back online. Sony notes that the restoration of full Qriocity service means that in addition to the Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity service for PS3, PSP, VAIO, and other PCs that has already resumed the restoration includes the video on demand service and full restoration of music service on all compatible devices.
Sony has offered no time frame on when services will resume in Japan. The company says that the restoration of remaining services in Japan will be announced as the services become available. I wonder how much longer Japanese fans will need to wait for restoration of their services.