New PlayStation Store Changes Revealed, PS3, PS Vita, and PSP Games No Longer Available

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New PlayStation Store changes have been revealed, as Sony is informing users that in addition to the new interface changes, PS3, PS Vita, and PSP Games will no longer be available in the store front.

In an email sent by PlayStation, the details of the new changes happening for the web and mobile versions of the PlayStation Store are laid out:

What is changing?
The following changes will come into effect online from 21 – 26 October, and on mobile on 28 October:• You will no longer be able to buy:
o PlayStation®3 games and add-ons
o PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) games and add-ons
o PlayStation®Vita games and add-ons
o Apps
o Themes
o Avatars

• The Wishlist feature will be discontinued and any items currently on “Your Wishlist” will be removed.

What does this mean for you?
The content listed above will no longer be available to buy on PS Store when accessed via a desktop or mobile device. However, you will still be able to buy PS3™, PSP or PS Vita content by accessing PS Store directly from your PS3, PSP or PS Vita. PlayStation®4 apps, themes and avatars can also be downloaded via PS Store on your PS4™ console.

What about the content you already own?
You will still be able to access all your previously purchased PS3, PSP or PS Vita content as before. Your existing PS4 apps, themes and avatars will remain on your PS4 console.

Be sure to check out our related feature on PS5 accessories shipping out earlier.
The PlayStation 5 will launch on November 12 in the US and Japan, with other countries to follow by November 19.

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