Reporters pay attention that the web version of the old PS Store, through which the owners of the PS3, PSP and PS Vita buy games and DLC, completely disabled. The store was technically closed back in October, but the old version could be accessed via regional links.
Now players only have access to the updated PS Store, which sells titles for PS4 and PS5.
A week ago, The Gamer reported that Sony will completely shut down the PS Store digital stores for the PS3, PSP and PS Vita this summer. The company itself has not yet commented.
Now, owners of older consoles can only buy games and DLC on the devices themselves.