Sony will end support for PS3, PS4, and PS Vita in the PlayStation Store this year. According to the official PlayStation support page, PS3 and PSP users will no longer be able to access the PSN shop as of July 2.
On August 27, users will no longer be able to make purchases on their Vita devices.
Seemingly, it was TheGamer who broke the news of the shutdown first. Some thought that the shutdown would make it impossible to get games onto the supported devices, but that isn’t the case.
Sony’s PSN page assures customers that their previously downloaded games, films, and media content will continue to function normally on the system.
Notably, once the shops stop for good, so do in-game purchases.
PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita The PlayStation Store is closing; will previously-downloaded games still be playable via streaming after the fact?
Sony claims that you can “re-download and play previously purchased game titles, have access to previously purchased video/media content, and redeem game and PlayStation Plus coupons.”
As long as you are a paying subscriber to PlayStation Plus, you will have access to all of your previously claimed games for instant redownload and continued play.
However, once the shop and purchasing capabilities for PS3, PS Vita, and PSP devices are discontinued, PSN console owners will no longer be able to use PlayStation wallet fund vouchers like gift cards on those devices.
Sony, you may recall, entered the video game system market in 2004 and promptly destroyed the Nintendo DS market share.
Sony released the PS3 video game console in November 2006, riding high on the success of the PS2. Over 80 million units of the console were sold by the firm.
Despite PS Vita’s superior graphics, it was not as popular as PS3.
Users are still awaiting a call from Sony on the resupply of the new PS5, despite the fact that the most recent action shows the business is putting a premium on the new console.
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