Los Angeles – Sony has brought its PlayStation Store back online, following a month-long outage related to a hacker attack that exposed consumer data and cost the company $171 million to repair.

“The PlayStation Store is back online and thank you everyone for your patience,” the company wrote in a blog post.

The company’s Music Unlimited by Qriocity streaming service is also back online.

Services have not yet been restored for customers in Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea, Sony said.

Also, the free games and other content promised by Sony as part of its reparations for the service outage are not yet available.

The company said that content “is in the final stages of testing and will be available to download soon.”


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