Sony is aiming to bring the rest of PlayStation Network's services back online worldwide by June 3, allowing PS3 and PSP users to once again access the PlayStation Network Store, Qriocity, and Media Go. Those who live in Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea will have to wait a bit longer to use these services.
Following the restart, Sony will catch up with its backlog of releases by updating the PSN Store with several updates. This will also be the time when PS3 and PSP users can claim their free games provided by Sony's Customer Appreciation Program.
Update: The PlayStation Store is back up with a good chunk of new content ready to be downloaded. Sony plans to restore the Store and other services for all regions worldwide except for Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea on June 2.