If your PS4 downloads seem particularly slow this week, you’re not imagining things. The company has announced that it’s reducing speeds for all PlayStation-related downloads in Europe, in order to reduce the current demands on the internet.
In a statement on the PlayStation blog, CEO Jim Ryan said: “Sony Interactive Entertainment is working with internet service providers in Europe to manage download traffic to help preserve access for the entire Internet community.
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