Sony announced the end of PlayStation Vita carts

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Sony will be dropping the free PS Vita games from PlayStation Plus next year, another sign that the Vita really hasn't got much longer to live. The note added that developers should submit their product code requests by June 28, 2018, and that they'll need to submit their final product orders by February 15, 2019. The latter deadline comes one month before the end of Sony's 2018 fiscal year, which ends on March 31, 2019. However, the portable console will continue to receive content and will remain active in this area, so there is still some time left for it to be discontinued.

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If the death knell of the PS Vita hadn't been sounded loud enough before, Sony just told the friar to climb the bell tower and ring it out once more. This is great news for gamers on the go who either already own the game on console or own both systems.

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Unfortunately, the successor to the PSP was met with a less than stellar reception from fans and Sony scaled back support and the development of AAA titles for the Vita. Sony's baffling decision to only support its expensive proprietary memory cards made the system pricier than it needed to be, and big studios quickly dropped support.

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Interestingly, the format holder still plans on continuing to manufacture physical game cards for Japan and Asia, as PS Vita is still selling decently in those territories. Stardew Valley is set to launch on the Vita on May 22, though after that Persona 5: Dancing Night and Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night are the only relatively major releases for the handheld.

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