Sony will soon launch a new PlayStation Store and ban purchases for legacy consoles on the site

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Sony will soon launch a new PlayStation Store and ban purchases for legacy consoles on the site

Sony Interactive Entertainment will launch a new version of the PlayStation Store digital site between October 21 and 26, followed by a mobile app update on October 28. She announced this in a mailing list to users of the PlayStation Network.

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The new version of the PlayStation Store will no longer allow the purchase of games and add-ons for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, and PlayStation Vita, as well as apps, themes, and avatars for the PlayStation 4. Wishlist functionality will also be disabled.

Games, add-ons, apps, themes, and avatars can still be purchased from the PlayStation Store directly from the console that sells the content you’re looking for.

It is noteworthy that the PlayStation support site has a different date for the transition to the new PlayStation Store – October 19. In addition, while the email mentions purchasing content for the PlayStation Portable from the PlayStation Store on the console itself, the digital store has been unavailable for it since March 2016.

Sony Interactive Entertainment has not yet presented the appearance of the new version of the PlayStation Store.

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