PlayStation Store: Sony to close down PlayStation Store for PS3 and Vita


Japanese expertise large Sony has reportedly determined to pull the plug on PlayStation Store for PS3 and Vita consoles. The firm will shut down the PlayStation Store for PS3 on July 2 and for Vita on August 27, as per a report by The Verge. After the Stores get shut down, PS3 and Vita homeowners gained’t find a way to buy the digital copies of any sport or DLC on each the platforms. Sony can even take away the acquisition choice for PlayStation Portable on July 2 solely. So, briefly, no new video games, in-game purchases or different content material may very well be downloaded for the PS3 and PSP after July 2. Same goes for Vita after August 27.
You would nonetheless find a way to obtain the video games you beforehand bought on the PS3 or Vita although. This additionally extends to movies and different media content material. Also, regardless of the PS Stores closing down for the three gadgets, you may nonetheless purchase the video games that include cross-buy help and obtain different digital content material.
Of the three gadgets, PS3 and PSP have been obtained favourably upon launch whereas Vita wasn’t that a lot of successful. Sony launched the PS3 in 2006 and over 80 million copies of the gaming console have been offered since its launch. The PlayStation 4 had a string of profitable video games final 12 months like The Last of Us: Part II, Yakuza: Like a Dragon, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Doom Eternal, Ghost of Tsushima, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla and so forth. with The Last of Us: Part II, Ghost of Tsushima, Yakuza and Final Fantasy being PS4-exclusives.




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