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Technology Sony admits it made ‘wrong decision’ and will keep PS3, Vita stores open

22:55  19 april  2021
22:55  19 april  2021 Source:   theverge.com

PS3 and Vita: Sony closes the stores but not

 PS3 and Vita: Sony closes the stores but not Sony has changed his mind again. The PlayStation stores for older consoles remain open and will not be switched off. © Dado Photos / Shutterstock can continue to be digitally acquired: Games for the PlayStation 3. This message is surprising: the stores of PlayStation 3 and Vita will not shut down as planned. This officially shared the company. Only in the past month Sony announced that the PlayStation Store should no longer be available on older consoles.

Sony has announced that it’ll be keeping its PS3 and PlayStation Vita digital storefront open “for the foreseeable future.” The PSP’s store will still be shut down on July 2nd, 2021, as originally planned.

a close up of a device © Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

“Upon further reflection, however, it’s clear that we made the wrong decision here. So today I’m happy to say that we will be keeping the PlayStation Store operational for PS3 and PS Vita devices. PSP commerce functionality will retire on July 2, 2021 as planned,” Sony Interactive Entertainment president and CEO Jim Ryan announced in a blog post.

Sony had originally announced that the digital storefronts for its legacy consoles would be shut down at the end of March, making it impossible for customers to purchase digital copies of games for those systems.

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