Sony might be still trying to figure out why their latest firmware update for the PS3 caused some (mine still works like a charm) consoles to malfunction, but that hasn't distracted them from their other big update in the works: PlayStation Home.
According to PSN director, Eric Lempel, the oft-delayed service is very much on track for a fall release, and won't be a gimped version of what Sony has been promising us all along:
With today being July 4th and all, that release is fast approaching. Are gamers still as jazzed to go Home as they once were? Sony is banking on it.
[Via MCV -- Thanks, Justin]
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