Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that the PlayStation Network will be returning in Japan from July 6th.
This means Japanese gamers will finally have the opportunity to access the PlayStation Store and use both the PlayStation Network and Sony’s Qriocity service.
Restoration of the PSN was first unveiled in North America, Europe and parts of Asia on July 2nd. While Hong Kong had their services restored on June 14th and South Korea was restored on June 24th. With Japan restoring from July 6th, this means the whole world will have the PSN back the way it was before it was hacked.
You can read Sony’s full official statement here.