Production Of Physical PS Vita Games To Cease

Physical Game Production Comes to an End for the PS Vita

Physical Game Production Comes to an End for the PS Vita

PS Vita had some unbelievable titles, if you still have one around do checkout Tearaway, Gravity Rush, Danganronpa 1&2, Hotline Miami, Persona 4 Golden, Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward, Final Fantasy X/X-2, Killzone Mercenary, Uncharted: Golden Abyss and many more.

Today, Kotaku reported that Sony has ended physical game production for their handheld console the PS Vita.

The PS Vita seems to be inching closer to the end of its lifespan in the West. The note added that developers should submit their product code requests by June 28, 2018, and that they'll need to submit their final product orders by February 15, 2019.

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That's why past year, during the holiday season, Sony was encouraged to launch PS Vita packages in the Japanese market. The company says that this will happen by the end of the fiscal year 2018, which translates to 31st March 2019. During the handheld consoles first week of sales, Sony shifted 500,000 units in Japan and the United States combined.

This is according to a message obtained by Kotaku and confirmed by a Sony representative.

I hope you'll join me in dusting off your PlayStation Vita for one more round, to toast an old friend that did the best it could.

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Currently, the Nintendo 3DS is still being supported by its developer, noted by the upcoming re-release of "Luigi's Mansion", originally released for the GameCube, despite the release of the newest system, the Nintendo Switch.

Not that the Vita has really seen a lot of games get released physically over the years, save for some limited releases.

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