PS3, PS Vita and PSP digital stores closed this summer


 

Sony has confirmed that PS3, Vita, and PSP owners will not be able to purchase new games and media content through these consoles starting later this year, and on a support page that Kotaku spotted, the company said it would close the PlayStation Store on PS3 And PSP on July 2, while the Vita will lose market access on August 27.


According to the US Engadget website, if you own one of these consoles, the company says that you still have to re-download and play any previously purchased games, in addition to the video content through the download list on those devices, in addition,, they will continue to have the ability On redeeming game vouchers and PlayStation Plus vouchers.


However, after the deadline, it will not be possible to purchase any new games or content or make any in-game purchases. In addition, it will not be possible to redeem PSN Wallet funds on the PS3, PSP, or Vita after July 2 and August 27 respectively, the company says it made the decision in an effort to focus our resources on PlayStation Store on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, which will enable us to enhance the customer experience even further.

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