Sony announced that its PlayStation store is back online with lots of new content.

The company’s Web presence is almost back to normal after an attack on Sony’s network breached millions of user accounts. The store has been down for more than a month.

The company has put up dozens of new downloadable files on the network, including updates, add-on content and a playable demo of Red Faction: Armageddon that has been available on the Xbox since May 3.

The next store update will be on Friday, June 3.

Content from the company’s Welcome Back program is not yet live on the site, Grace Chen, director of the PlayStation store, wrote on the blog. “It is currently in the final stages of testing and will be available to download soon,” Chen wrote.

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