PlayStation Store will eliminate this October 2021 payment with cards and PayPal on PS3 and PS Vita

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Following the recent announcement by Sony of a future PS Store closure on PS3, PS Vita and PSP, a decision that was halted in part due to user discontent and will ultimately only affect PSP, new ones have now been announced restrictions on purchasing methods of digital stores both PS3 like PS Vita, confirming that from the next October 27, 2021, that is, at the end of this month, it will no longer be able to be used cards or payment methods such as PayPal to add money to these PS Store. This has been announced through the support page of PlayStation, indicating the only methods that will be enabled for these functions.

PS3 and PS Vita PS Store without cards or PayPal

Thus, only two payment methods will be enabled, one through the classic ones PlayStation Store wallet cards that can be purchased in specialized stores to add money to the virtual wallet of the store, and another through credit cards, PayPal and other means but only through a PC, mobile or PS4 and PS5 consoles. Once funds have been added to our account from one of these other devices, it will be possible to continue shopping in the PS3 and PS Vita stores.

Follow the steps below to add funds to your wallet using a credit or debit card, PayPal or other available form of payment:

  1. Access the PS Store from your desktop computer, mobile device, or PS4 or PS5 console.
  2. Use a credit or debit card, PayPal, or another available payment method to add the minimum amount necessary to the wallet to cover the cost of the content you want to buy. You can also add funds to your wallet by redeeming a PlayStation Store gift card.
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