Playstation network trophies not updating
At the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2014, Sony announced that Gaikai's technology would be used to power Play Station Now; a new cloud-based gaming service that allows people to play Play Station games on a variety of devices.
During 2014, Sony rolled out the service in North America on Play Station 3 and Play Station 4 in beta form as a means for users to test performance and pricing structures.
As of April 2016, over 110 million users have been documented, with 70 million of them active monthly.
Play Station Network's services are dedicated to an online marketplace (Play Station Store), a premium subscription service for enhanced gaming and social features (Play Station Plus), movie streaming, rentals and purchases (Play Station Video), a cloud-based television programming service (Play Station Vue), music streaming (Play Station Music) and a cloud gaming service (Play Station Now).
completing a difficult level or defeating a certain number of enemies). A bronze, silver, or gold trophy is contingent upon the difficulty of the accomplishment, with each reward contributing to a level system attached to a player's profile.
A platinum trophy is awarded to the player once they unlock all other trophies in the base game; smaller sized games, however, generally do not have a platinum trophy.
Known as Play Station Plus, the system provides access to exclusive content, complimentary games, regular store discounts, and early access to forthcoming games.
Formerly the gaming provision of the much broader Sony Entertainment Network, the Play Station Network became Sony's premier entertainment service in 2015, unifying games, music, television and video.
While synonymous with gaming, Sony said the Play Station Network had evolved to become a "comprehensive digital entertainment brand".
Users also received 30 free days of Play Station Plus, while users who were already subscribed before the outage got 60 free days.
After the disruption, Sony changed the Play Station Network's license agreement to legally bar users from filing lawsuits and joining class action lawsuits without first trying to resolve issues with an arbitrator.