Sony Ends Production Of Physical Games For PS Vita

Sony Ends Production Of Physical Games For PS Vita

Sony Ends Production Of Physical Games For PS Vita

Kotaku first brought word of this new development, and a Sony spokesperson has since confirmed to the publication that PS Vita card production is coming to an end.

It's been reported that Sony Interactive Entertainment is ending physical production of PlayStation Vita games in the company's American and European branches by close of fiscal year 2018 in March 31, 2019.

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Sony set a deadline of June 28, 2018 for all product code requests, with a February 15, 2019 cutoff for final purchase orders. However, the portable console will continue to receive content and will remain active in this area, so there is still some time left for it to be discontinued. Announced today, May 14, on the game's blog, the release date for the PS Vita version is something that Barone calls "perhaps the most common question I get asked". What do you think about the decision of Sony?

Interestingly, the format holder still plans on continuing to manufacture physical game cards for Japan and Asia, as PS Vita is still selling decently in those territories. Despite the end of physical carts, Sony did state that they will still support the release of games via the digital form. The portable console is definitely on its way out, but Sony is apparently killing off the PS Vita slowly.

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