Sony’s PlayStation Store won’t let you rent or purchase movies and TV shows soon. Sony has announced that users will no longer rent or purchase movies or TV shows from the PlayStation Store. In addition, when using a PS5, PS4, or PS4 Pro.
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PlayStation Store won’t let you buy or rent movies and TV shows after August 31st. However, any movies and TV shows you purchased can still be accessed.
If you prefer buying all your movies and TV shows on the PlayStation Store, you won’t be able to do that for much longer. In a blog post today, Sony announced that it is discontinuing those purchases on its digital store starting August 31st.
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As for why, Sony cites the “tremendous growth” of entertainment consumed through subscription-based services and ad-based entertainment streaming services on the company’s PlayStation hardware.
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Fortunately, Sony confirms that anyone who has purchased movie or TV content through the PS Store or plans to do so before August will still have access to that content after the changes go into effect, with on-demand playback available on PS4, PS5, and mobile devices.
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The bottom line
This is not the first time Sony has removed less popular media from the PS Store. Last October, Sony said the revamped PS Store that arrived before the launch of the PS5 would no longer allow users to purchase older games and DLC released initially on the PS3 or the PSP and Vita handhelds unless you were browsing the store from those devices.