Recently, an organization in Russia, namely RKN (Federal Service for Supervision of Communications), destroyed Russian Internet, to say the least. In an attempt to block the Telegram messaging app which uses encryption in order to grant full anonymity from government tracking (where allegedly terrorists used for communication), all because the owner refused to share the encryption keys (claiming that its technically impossible), half of the available websites and online services have gone unavailable to Russia. It includes the PSN and its online services, which also caused the subscribers to lose their money for PS Plus. Starting April 16th, tens of millions IPs have been blocked, and it's number keeps rising, because the way Telegram works is it jumps IP addresses. Worst case scenario, it'll block entire Internet, eventually. I'm no tech, so I have no idea how to explain the way it works, but I'm sure you'll be able to find numerous websites that have touched upon the subject.
For this entire duration, honest paying Russian PS4 players couldn't do the following:
Play games purchased through PSN
Play games Online/Multiplayer
Access trophy lists
Access event quests
Participate in Kulve Taroth sieges
MH wasn't the only game affected, as you already might've figured.
We are simply left out from everything, except for downloading the title updates (thank god!)
So please, spread the word! Have Capcom allow Russian PS4 players access event quests offline. It has been in effect for over a month now, and it's starting to get irritating.
To add salt to the wound, Sony is doing absolutely nothing about it, despite announcing their awareness of the issue.
As far as I know, the Xbox Online services work somehow different, that doesn't affect them. But PS players are simply left with NOTHING.
This is really killing the experience for Russian players wanting to access Online exclusive content.
© Post "Hear me out on why Capcom MUST change availability of Event Quests to offline users (at least in Russia and for PSN)" for game Monster Hunter World.
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