Sony will soon cease production of the PlayStation Vita in Japan. The company revealed the news on the PlayStation Japan website, where it was confirmed both remaining models of the handheld will be discontinued soon.
While Sony has not confirmed what this means for the handheld in the West, the writing has been on the wall for a while. In May 2018, physical PS Vita games were discontinued in the US and Europe, while incoming PlayStation boss Jim Ryan said in June 2017–when he was head of PlayStation in Europe–that the Vita was “not an active line” outside of Japan.
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The Vita launched in Japan in late 2011 before being released elsewhere in early 2012. A smaller, lighter mode…
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