Sony is reportedly getting ready to drop a PlayStation Store-shaped bombshell.

If the latest reports are to be believed, Sony will officially shut down digital storefronts on legacy consoles like the PS3, PlayStation Vita and PSP.

According to TheGamer, PS3 and PSP stores are reportedly closing down on July 2, followed by the closure of the PS Vita store on August 27.

Sadly, this means owners of the aforementioned consoles will no longer be able to buy digital games and downloadable content.

On the plus side, Sony appears to be looking into the possibility of increasing backwards compatibility support for the PS5.

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