PS Vita Won’t Receive Games on PlayStation Store from Early 2020, Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story Dev Says
Sony Interactive Entertainment appears to have imposed a final date for new additions to PlayStation Vita games on the PS Store. This unfortunate news was reported by Suzaku, software house behind Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story, a title currently scheduled for 2020 on PS Vita.
Suzaku has recently updated the Kickstarter page of the project with the following message: “For those wondering about the Vita release, as far as we are aware, everything is still good and set in stone for the release; we may be cutting it close, but we still – according to what we have access to on our dev/publisher dashboard with Sony – are going to make the cut-off. We might be the last game ever released on Vita.”
A post that leaves very little room for imagination and that seems to put a tombstone on the unfortunate Sony portable console. Considering how the title of Suzaku, Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story, is currently expected for the first few months of next year it would seem that at the end of the possibility of seeing new titles on the PlayStation Store of PS Vita are now missing really a few months now. Such a pity.
Obviously, Sony will not disclose such information, so we will not know if this is official. It is also not known if this would be a rule imposed worldwide or only in the West (PS Vita support in Japan is considerably larger).
What do you think of this news, do you think this decision is right for you? If all this turns out to be true, would you be disappointed to finally bid farewell to the latest portable console of Sony? Let us know about your opinions in the comments below.