In news that's seemed inevitable for a long time now, Sony will be changing how PlayStation Plus works starting next year. Since the PlayStation 4 launched in 2013, Sony has been gifting subscribers PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita titles each month. This will no longer be the case from 8th March, 2019.
From that point on, the PlayStation Plus games lineup will consist only of PlayStation 4 titles. In other words, Sony's ditching PlayStation 3 and Vita games. Again, this shift in focus has been coming -- the PS3 and Vita offerings have been considerably weaker for a while.
Sony notes that this will not have any impact on PS3 and Vita games that you've already downloaded or added to your library through the subscription service.
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