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Sony will stop producing physical PS Vita games next year

PS White seems to be closer to the end of her life in the West. Recently, Sony confirmed that they will no longer make physical prams to the console "before the end of fiscal year 2018" in both North America and Europe. That said, the end of the 2018 budget is 31 March 2019.

In an email to Kotaku, the company announced that developers must submit all White Product Code requests by June 28, together with final purchase orders on February 15, 2019. The digital distribution is However, still slated to continue.

PS Vita was launched in February 2012 as a successor to PSP. Despite its impressive specifications back in the day, the console lost ground due to mobile titles, tablets and other competitors on the handheld gaming market. In addition, Sony has decided to release a personal memory card with a huge price tag, making the system much more expensive than it originally was.

Many third-party studios eventually released support over the years, despite the fact that the PDA still does quite well in Japan. Western and European branches, however, had stolen the console after the second year. Since then, PS Vita has been home to a collection of JRPGs, Japanese Niche titles and other indie games.

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