Sony Ends Production of Physical PlayStation Vita Games

Sony Ends Production of Physical PlayStation Vita Games

The decision made by Sony is understandable considering that PlayStation Vita is not very popular outside of Japan.

"Perhaps the most common question I get asked is, "When is Stardew Valley coming to PS Vita?".

The courageous PS Vita was graced with some genuinely impressive games but the end is nigh as Sony are to finish production of the cartridges that are used by physical copies of games.

Fiscal year 2018 ends on 31 March 2019. Publishers have just a little over a month to submit requests for product codes with final purchase orders needing to be placed by February of next year.

Sony will soon end the production of PlayStation Vita physical games, another move that signals the approaching death of the portable console. The message says that Sony's branches "plan to end all Vita GameCard production by close of fiscal year 2018".

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Sony has confirmed that it is ceasing the manufacture of physical games for the PlayStation Vita, its ill-fated hand-held console, within a year. This is great news for gamers on the go who either already own the game on console or own both systems.

Currently, the Nintendo 3DS is still being supported by its developer, noted by the upcoming re-release of "Luigi's Mansion", originally released for the GameCube, despite the release of the newest system, the Nintendo Switch.

The PlayStation Vita has been facing an uphill battle since its launch.

If you've played Stardew Valley, chances are you understand why so many people love the game. Since then, the PS Vita has been home to a collection of JRPGs, Japanese niche titles, and other indie games.