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Sony is shutting down the PlayStation Store on PS3, Vita, and PSP

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Sony earlier confirmed that the PSN digital stores for the PlayStation 3 and PSP will be closing on July 2. The PS Vita store will also shut down on August 27.
Sony is shutting down the PlayStation Store on PS3, Vita, and PSP
File photo: PlayStation Store

Sony is shutting down the PlayStation Store on PS3, Vita, and PSP

Despite shutting down, Sony shared that players will still be able to redownload content that they own even after the shutdown date. Users can still redeem PS Plus and game vouchers. However, wallet vouchers won't work anymore after they close the stores.

Here's a list of features that players will no longer be accessible after the shutdown dates:

  • Purchase of PS3, PS Vita, and PSP digital content, including games and video content.
  • In-game purchases through games on PS3, PS Vita, and PSP.
  • Redeem PSN wallet fund vouchers (e.g. gift cards) on PS3, PS Vita, or PSP devices once PlayStation Store and purchase functionality for these devices close. Your PSN wallet funds will remain in your PSN account, but you will only be able to use your wallet funds to purchase PS4 and PS5 products on PlayStation Store on the web, PlayStation App, or on PS4 and PS5 consoles.

The closure of the store will likely make titles released on PS3 digitally harder to access.

What do you guys think?

Via: Kotaku
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