According to a new rumor from Kotaku, it looks like the ability to change usernames on PlayStation Network is really close, as few developers are already prepping their stuff up in order to support the feature.
Apparently, PlayStation Network ID change is coming soon. One of the most anticipated features is reportedly about to drop, even though there’s an quite relevant catch for those of you who could be interested.
Platform holders are starting to ramp up their efforts when it comes to next-generation consoles and, while Microsoft has gone public with what their aiming for, Sony is apparently still working undercover.
Its seems like Playstation Network is facing some sort of downtime/outage issue as players are unable to connet to the server and are greeted with error code "NW-31201-7". This is a widespread issue and is faced mostly by Playstation 4 owners.
According to official description, NW-31201-7 is realted to servers issue and occurs when it is completely down or unavailable. The official Status of PSN on Playstation website confirms that the service is down.
"PlayStation 4 users are currently unable to access the PlayStation Store and may experience connectivity issues with PSN. We apologize for the inconvenience and are working to resolve the situation as quickly as possible."
The downtime was also confirmed by Chris Owen via Twitter: "There seems to be a few issues with the PSN at the moment, I'm trying to get some information for you at the moment."
So guys investigation from Sony is on, hope for the best. Let us know in the comment section below what issue are you facing with PSN right now.