A few weeks ago problems were reported to install games, although it is unknown if there is any relationship with the closure.
At the end of March, Sony confirmed the dreaded news of the closing of the PS3, PSP and PS Vita PS Store. Although still there are a few months left for the final closure, a few days ago we told you that some players were experiencing problems when downloading or installing games. But it seems that it is getting worse in the last hours.
It is not clear if the problems are related to the closing of the PS StoreThe page PSNProfiles is collecting all the PS3 titles that are giving problems when it comes to downloading patches, reported by the gaming community, who have had first-hand issues with various titles. Sometimes these updates are vital both to be able to play online or even to win trophies. Some games like Journey, Gran Turismo 5 or Castlevania Lords of Shadow They are among the victims.
On ResetEra there is another similar thread, with players checking the list and adding more titles. One of the users complains that he bought the Castlevania DLC a week ago and that no update available for the game. They are not even able to do it manually from the start menu of the console itself.
It is not clear, yes, if it is a series of specific errors or are directly associated with the closure of the PS Store on the mentioned platforms. In any case, Sony should work to solve it and that players can solve these problems before the closure of the digital store, since with that idea they have given months of margin.
PS Store closing date on PS3, PSP and PS Vita
Remember that PS3 and PSP will close their virtual doors on July 2, while the PS Store of Playstation Vita It will be active until August 27. We remind you that the games you have purchased can be downloaded normally even if the specified dates have already passed. Even so, this decision is a fact that has generated controversy for the conservation of the video game, since access to more than 2,000 titles will disappear.
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