Which Countries Is PlayStation Network Available – All 70 Countries That Have PSN

Following the huge controversy of Helldivers 2 now needing a PSN account for Steam, we thought it best to compile a list of all 70 countries where the PlayStation Network (PSN) is available.

Previously, PlayStation had 69 available countries, but in recent months, it has increased that number to 70.

Here are all 70 countries where you can get PSN:

  1. Argentina
  2. Australia
  3. Austria
  4. Bahrain
  5. Belgium
  6. Bolivia
  7. Brazil
  8. Bulgaria
  9. Canada
  10. Chile
  11. Chinese Mainland
  12. Colombia
  13. Costa Rica
  14. Croatia
  15. Cyprus
  16. Czech Republic
  17. Denmark
  18. Ecuador
  19. El Salvador
  20. Lebanon
  21. Luxembourg
  22. Malaysia
  23. Malta
  24. Mexico
  25. Netherlands
  26. New Zealand
  27. Nicaragua
  28. Norway
  29. Oman
  30. Panama
  31. Paraguay
  32. Peru
  33. Poland
  34. Portugal
  35. Qatar
  36. Romania
  37. Russia
  38. Finland
  39. France
  40. Germany
  41. Greece
  42. Guatemala
  43. Honduras
  44. Hong Kong
  45. Hungary
  46. Iceland
  47. India
  48. Indonesia
  49. Ireland
  50. Israel
  51. Italy
  52. Japan
  53. Korea
  54. Kuwait
  55. Saudi Arabia
  56. Singapore
  57. Slovenia
  58. Slovakia
  59. South Africa
  60. Spain
  61. Sweden
  62. Switzerland
  63. Taiwan
  64. Thailand
  65. Turkey
  66. Ukraine
  67. United Arab Emirates
  68. United States
  69. United Kingdom
  70. Uruguay

PlayStation hasn’t yet announced if it will be expanding the list of countries where its PlayStation service is available, but once they do, we will update this article.

If you want to know which countries do not have PSN, visit here.

Which country are you from? Please let us know in the comments below!

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  1. This article is wrong. This list is simply listing the countries where you can access the Playstation website in their native language. I live in Serbia (you put it on the list) and PSN is NOT available there, there is a Serbian Playstation website but you cannot make a Serbian PSN account. We have to make an account in another country, add money via gift cards and that way buy PSN.

  2. Couldn’t help but notice that bolivia is on both of your lists of can and can not use PSN

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