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PS Plus will stop offering games for PS3 and PS Vita from March 2019

You could almost say it was coming: Sony has announced the games that PS PLus subscribers will be able to download from March, throwing the house out the window with titles like ‘Bloodborne’ and ‘Ratchet & Clank’, two must-see appointments for the desktop from Sony. But it also puts a date on the last batch of games that will receive PS3 and PS Vita.

As indicated in the official blog, starting on March 8 of next year, the selection of games of the month for the PlayStation subscription service will focus exclusively on PS4 titles.

Now, that does not mean that the games we have are lost , we can have them as long as we have an active subscription to PS Plus and the free online game will remain as long as the servers of each game are open.

Sony announced a year ago that PS3 production would be discontinued after an exemplary legacy of more than a decade, and it would be unfair to say that this move towards Sony’s third desktop takes us completely by surprise.

On the other hand, the PS Vita had a catalog and support from users and Sony much more restrained outside of Asia, although it also left us real gems.

Now, both continue to receive games today.

The PS PLus service began in 2010 as a premium subscription to the PlayStation Network whose main attraction was access to an instant collection of games for PS3 and PSP.

Hopefully this decision and Sony’s declaration of intent will serve to reinforce its monthly proposals for PS4 with a force equal to or similar to that of this month.

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