Sony has detailed what to expect with the closures.
The PS3 and PSP versions of the PlayStation Store will close on 2 July 2021, followed by the PS Vita version from 27 August.
Those who still have PS3, PS Vita and PSP consoles will still be able to re-download and play titles they’ve purchased before the dates above, though no new purchases will be possible after those times. Moreover, titles claimed through PlayStation Plus can be re-downloaded and played as long as a player’s PlayStation Plus subscription is active (and current).
Any remaining PSN Wallet funds can be used on PS4 and PS5, but if a player doesn’t have either console, they can request a refund from Sony.
A full FAQ detailing the closure can be found here.
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