In an interview with the New York Times, SCEA's President Jack Tretton has claimed that 90 per cent of the PSN userbase has returned after the PSN 'outage' - which seems like a pretty generous number. Have you guys signed back on?
"We have over 90 per cent of our customers back right now," claimed Tretton, "more than 70 million people. We expect you’ll see an influx of new people as new games come out this year."
Considering the backlash of negative publicity towards Sony in the wake of the PSN hack, this seems like a huge number. Sony's generous 'Welcome Back' package no doubt played a huge part in motivating the vast majority of users back to the service.
Personally, I've yet to go back - but part of that is the fact that I have no real motivation to do so. I already own the games on the Welcome Back package, and I don't spend to much time playing online with my PS3. How about you guys - have you updated and re-registered your password yet?
One on One: Jack Tretton, Sony C.E.O. America [New York Times]