The final nail in the coffin for the PSP and PS Vita may be around the corner, according to a rumour. The PlayStation Store for the PSP and PS Vita may be closing down as soon as July, which means gamers will no longer able to buy games or DLC for these legacy consoles.Read More
Sony has announced that the PlayStation Store for Web and Mobile will be revamped in the coming weeks in preparation for the PS5 launch in November. The web version has already started to roll out in select territories.Read More
Sony continues to provide minor system update for the PS Vita, as a new firmware update for the portable console has been released. Updating the system software to v3.73, this minor update improves system performance.Read More
Just over a month after the last update, Sony has released yet another firmware update for the PS Vita. The system software has been updated to v3.72, which again improves system performance.Read More
The PS Vita continues to receive life support from Sony has a new firmware update for the portable console has been released. The new firmware updates the system to v3.71, and improves system performance.Read More
The Japanese PlayStation website has been updated to indicate that the PS Vita is no longer in production, which marks the official end to the PlayStation Vita console.Read More
After months of no activity, Sony has released a new minor firmware update for the PS Vita, updating the system software to v3.70.Read More
Manufacturing of the PS Vita will come to an end in Japan in 2019, according to Sony Interactive Entertainment senior vice president Hiroyuki Oda. Japan is the only remaining market where the PS Vita is still being sold, but this will come to an end after seven years since it’s release. For the moment, Sony has no plans of releasing a successor.
The PS Vita and PlayStation TV have received a minor firmware update, brining the system software to version v3.69. This minor update is mandatory if you want to access the PlayStation Network, but it doesn’t do much except for improve system performance.Read More
Sony has announced that it is to end physical production of PS Vita games, according to Kotaku. The move means physical game cards will eventually stop, but online downloads via the PlayStation Store will continue. Sony also recently announced that PS Vita game would no longer be offered as part of PlayStation Plus from March 2019.