Freedom Wars limited to PlayStation Vita, Soul Sacrifice server shuts down next month

Freedom Wars and Soul Sacrifice: Both Delta servers will shut down on December 24th. Both were PlayStation Vita-only titles developed by Japan Studio for handheld systems.

PlayStation Japan announced news of both games on their respective pages on November 19th. Freedom Wars and Soul Sacrifice: Delta was released on PlayStation Vita in 2014, and the final message of the end announcement was: Players who enjoyed the network play of this game. “

At this time, only PlayStation Japan has announced the closure of the server, so it is unclear if it will be expanded to other regions. But it’s not surprising that official confirmation comes soon.

Sony has gradually discontinued legacy systems and content features. Sony announced earlier this year that it would close the PS3 and PS Vita digital storefronts, but overturned the decision in response to fan backlash. However, Sony removed the payment option from the digital storefront last month, making it difficult to purchase digital content for the PS3 and Vita.

In a GameSpot review of Soul Sacrifice, Jeremy Signor said, “It’s not without problems, but Soul Sacrifice’s strong identity and rewarding commitment to the decision-making process are good enough to get rid of the land of foul enemies. That’s it. “

In a GameSpot Freedom Wars review, Signor also said, “Once you get used to complex controls and a few camera issues, it’s a breathtaking and exhilarating time to stare at giant robots, defeat rivals, save better things. Will be. “

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