Sony has decided to close the web version of the digital PlayStation Store for PS3, PSP and PS Vita. Information about the decision of the Japanese corporation appeared on the Eurogamer portal.
Over the past two days, Sony has stopped supporting legacy URLs. From now on, when clicking on the links, users are taken to the updated version of the digital store, launched in October last year.
However, older games for previous PlayStation models can still be purchased using the digital store directly on the consoles themselves. According to The Gamer, these versions of the PlayStation Store will close this summer.
The Gamer also clarified that on July 2, Sony will permanently close its stores for PSP and PS3, and the Vita store will close on August 27.