A new report revealed that the PlayStation Store will stop selling PS3, PS Vita and PSP games within a few days if a user accesses them on a mobile phone or web, so a few days ago, Eurogamer reported that Sony had sent an email to development partners to inform them of the change as part of the PS update. Store ahead of the PS5 launch in November, now, the company confirmed the news in an email sent to users.
According to the US engadget site, the new PS Store interface will be launched for the web from October 21 until October 26 and October 28 for mobile phones, and once you have it, you will not be able to purchase PS3 games, PS Vita, PSP and additional features on your computer or phone, and fortunately, this does not mean removing Sony digital games perfectly for those systems – you can still play the store on your old console and buy from there.
Also, users will not be able to purchase applications, themes and avatars on the mobile phone and the web anymore, even for the PS4. In addition, the company has also canceled the PS Store wishlist feature, and users can no longer select some games within the preferences list through “Heart Mode”. “To add it to a watched list for prices, previously saved games will be removed, and the company has also confirmed in its email, however, that you will not lose access to any games and digital content you bought in the past.”
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