The website Gamasutra, has received a note that allegedly originate from Sony. The note says that the company plans to recover the remaining features of the Playstation Network on May 24.

The note was sent to a number of publishers and revealed details about the content that should have been launched during the down period, and states that it will be released consecutively in the same order as the planned releases.

“We thank you for your patience as we work to resume service of the PlayStation Store,” writes PSN content manager Jack Osorno to developer partners in the note.

We have previously heard that the recovery of the Playstation Store would be the final link in bringing PSN back to full functionality, and that this would be completed by the end of May.

However, Sony says that they may have to move some release dates around.

“If there are concerns, we are willing to consider adjusting the release date of your content on this schedule,” says Osorno. “Adjustments will be made on a case by case basis.”

This will also, in addition to the weekly content, give players the opportunity to download the free games that are part of Sony’s “Welcome Back” package.

(via Gamereactor, Gamasutra)