Sony is reportedly preparing to close down the digital stores for the PS3, PSP and PS Vita consoles, dealing a blow to gamers still enjoying the retired devices.
According to The Gamer’s sources, Sony will make an announcement this month over the closure of those console-specific stores as focus switches to the PS5, while the company continues to support PS4 and PSVR.
The report says the PSP and PS3 stores will no longer be available from July 2.
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