Sony unplugs the support after
It’s not a new upsetting, but the PlayStation 3 is old, really old. The console was launched in 2006, so it may not be surprising that Sony unplugs the management of the system and its peripherals – in Japan, at least. Writing on his official Twitter account, the organization has “sincerely excused” with players who still use the device, but explained that it simply no longer had the inventory of parts required to provide a service after -Vente complete.
“The after-sales service will be interrupted on Saturday, April 30, 2022 for PS3 and all PS3 devices due to the exhaustion of parts stocks,” says a statement. “Customers who wish to benefit from an after-sales service for the relevant model must request after-sales service via the online repair service or the PlayStation customer support before Saturday, April 30, 2022.”
Of course, Sony does not sell the PS3 anymore, so nothing should be a surprise. We believe that more than 15 years of support are pretty decent for the platform as a whole, and it is committed to keeping the console ps online in the foreseeable future. Overall, if you still play on the last generation system, you can not complain, especially if you have played all the titles on our best PS3 list.