In a tweet he dropped from his official Twitter account, Daniel Ahmad stated that the reason for this temporary suspension could be due to some hidden cover things on Weibo, China’s micro blogging site. Ahmad stated that it is not only the reason for the suspension, but also when it will return to its normal functions.
(PlayStation Store [PSN] has been temporarily suspended on the mainland of China on May 10 at 7 am. It is not specified when or where the service can continue. The official reason for the implementation of security updates has been shown, but it is not clear what this means. )
Adding another new tweet to his later tweet, Ahmad said, ÔÇťThe only reason I shared this was that I am not kidding, an Xbox fan claimed that they complained to the authorities that they were hidden elements that provide easy access to overseas services. He was then suspended. We will see what will happen. ÔÇŁ
Of course, it comes to mind that Chinese players will have a big problem in such a situation. However, many users said that the majority of Chinese players bought their games through the Hong Kong store or made physical copies in the comments put on Ahmad’s tweet.
For now, these are only known for the suspension of PlayStation Store in China, which has blocked the access of a game on Steam due to the political content it contains. We will continue to convey new information to you as we arrive.
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