Latest in Gaming

Image credit:

Sony accepting claims on 2011 PSN data breach settlement

Share
Tweet
Share

Sponsored Links

If you were a PSN, Qriocity or Sony Online Entertainment user at the time of the April 2011 Sony hack that disrupted the PlayStation Network for nearly a month and compromised 70 million user accounts, now's your chance to get a piece of the class action settlement levied against Sony last year.

To qualify, you must have held a PSN, Qriocity or Sony Online Entertainment account on or before May 14, 2011. Each service is eligible to receive different claims, but PSN users are able to receive either one or two games - if you already received a free game in Sony's 2011 "Welcome Back" promotion, you're only eligible for one; if not, you're eligible to choose two - from a list that includes standouts like LittleBigPlanet and God of War HD. Notably, none of the games on offer are for the PlayStation 4. If none of the games tickle your fancy, you can instead choose free dynamic themes for your PlayStation 3 or free PlayStation Plus subscription time.

After wading through multiple pages of bureaucratic legalese, you'll find everything you need to make your claim at the PSN-SOE settlement website.
[Image: Sony]

All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
Comment
Comments
Share
Tweet
Share

Popular on Engadget

RCS messaging comes to Windows 10's Your Phone app

RCS messaging comes to Windows 10's Your Phone app

View
The synth tones of 'Blade Runner' now fit on your desk

The synth tones of 'Blade Runner' now fit on your desk

View
SpaceX lost another Falcon booster to the sea

SpaceX lost another Falcon booster to the sea

View
Google is ending its Station free public WiFi program

Google is ending its Station free public WiFi program

View
Amazon's Fire tablets for kids are back to their lowest-ever pricing

Amazon's Fire tablets for kids are back to their lowest-ever pricing

View

From around the web

Page 1Page 1ear iconeye iconFill 23text filevr