In an interview held with GamePro Magazine, Senior Director of the PlayStation Network, Susan Nourai, spoke about the PlayStation Network and what the online component has in store for it. The interview cited that over 3.7M downloads have been made, and 600,000 accounts have been registered.
"We look at PSN as an emergent entertainment network. Our goal is to take a consumer-centric approach in both user experience, and just as important, to provide the type of content that consumers expect from PlayStation," Nourai said. "This is evident in the types of games we offer on the PlayStation Store, like FlOw, and the upcoming Calling All Cars and Little Big Planet," she told GamePro.
Nourai stated that there is plenty more, in terms of downloadable content, to expect every Thursday for the PlayStation Network, and that the offerings will only get better. Likewise, GamePro asked Nourai about the future of the PlayStation Network, and if the various complaints regarding PSN will be answered ('having to quit a game to access cross media bar'). She replied saying:
"Yes. We've only scratched the surface and are working closely with the engineering team in Japan to improve the overall consumer experience. We stay in close touch with our consumers via communication outreach and research and have really appreciated the positive and constructive feedback. We plan to keep enhancing the things we're doing right, and will continue to evolve the service into something our PlayStation fans want. We've accomplished a lot in our four months with over 600,000 registered accounts and 3.7M downloads. It's a great start to a journey and a long-term relationship with our consumers and business partners."
It's not very clear if the 600,000 accounts are American, or world wide.