It seems as if you may quickly not give you the option to buy legacy PlayStation titles on the PlayStation Store via the mobile app or the web thanks to an upcoming replace to the PlayStation Store later this month.
According to an email obtained by French site Planete Vita purportedly despatched to builders, Sony intends to launch a “brand new” PlayStation Store on web and mobile on October 19 on web and October 28 on mobile, and in doing so will take away the ability to buy PlayStation 3 games and add-ons, PSP games and add-ons, PlayStation Vita games and add ons in addition to Apps, Themes and Avatars.
The excellent news is that gamers will nonetheless give you the option to buy this stuff by accessing the PlayStation Store straight on their respective PS3, PSP and PS Vita consoles, and apps, themes and avatars will nonetheless give you the option to be downloaded straight together with your PS4, and naturally any content material you’ve got already purchased will nonetheless be downloadable on these consoles too.
The electronic mail additionally states that the Wishlist characteristic may even be discontinued because of these adjustments, however as Push Square reports supply code found on the PlayStation web site appears to point out that Wishlists could also be built-in on the PlayStation 5 itself when that launches subsequent month.
Speaking of the PlayStation 5, Sony confirmed final month that the brand new console will not natively help PS3 or older games out of the field, so it seems like nostalgia followers could have a couple of extra causes to carry on to their outdated consoles for a short time longer but.