If you couldn't sign into the PlayStation Network on Monday, you weren't the only one.
A worldwide outage meant users couldn't do much of anything for that 24-hour period and now, Sony has issued an apology.
As the company stated at the PlayStation Twitter page , they plan to extend PS Plus and PS Now subscriptions for existing users, as a thank you for being patient while Sony restored the Network. They don't say exactly how long these extensions will be but it probably won't be for more than a day or two.
At the end of 2014, the PSN was down for a good four days, and Sony responded by granting five-day extensions on PlayStation-related accounts for users. You should be able to log in to the PSN today, by the way.