The PlayStation Portable Store is due to close today, July 2nd. This initially meant that every one 35 digital solely PSP video games would be misplaced without end, however in accordance to phrases which were modified on the PlayStation UK assist web page, that is now not the case. As noticed by ResetEra, gamers will nonetheless be in a position to “purchase and play PSP content that is available on the PS3 and PS Vita stores”.

The PSP Store had beforehand been closed in 2016, however gamers had been nonetheless in a position to seek for video games and make in-game purchases. This performance will now not be accessible from July 6 in accordance to the assist web page, so if there’s any DLC you need for any of your PSP video games, you will have simply 4 extra days to seize it. To make clear, it’s simply the in-game PSP retailer that can be closing.

Players will nonetheless be in a position to buy PSP video games by means of the PS3 and Vita Stores. As gamers may even nonetheless be in a position to obtain their beforehand bought PSP content material, this implies any video games bought by means of these two shops after July 2 can nonetheless be downloaded onto a PSP system by means of its Download List. While this affirmation solely seems on the PlayStation UK assist web page, Sony has confirmed to Kotaku that the circumstances apply to all areas.

When the retailer closures had been first introduced, it appeared like over 200 PS3, Vita and PSP video games would be misplaced without end. When the PS3 and Vita shops had been granted a reprieve shortly afterwards, this checklist was decreased to simply 35 digital-only PSP video games as a result of the assist web page wording beforehand implied these video games would now not be accessible from any retailer. Last month, publishers like Atlus and Level 5 began amending their posts suggesting their PSP video games would nonetheless be accessible past July 2, but it surely’s solely now Sony has confirmed all digital-only PSP video games are secure.

[Source: PlayStation Support by way of ResetEra, Kotaku]