Sony has made significant changes to its PlayStation website over the past few years, gradually removing the ability to integrate into mobile apps and console interfaces. With the latest update, Team Blue has confirmed that some more features have been removed from the PlayStation site, including removal of access to game libraries, friend information, trophies, and more.
[Update]: June 29, 2021-The removal of web-based features for the following features has been published. The original article was written on June 2, 2021. The original story is as follows:
With a new blog update from Sony, the company has confirmed that My PlayStation will no longer be supported. This limits the following features:
- Game library
- Profile information
The above features will continue to be accessible from the PlayStation 4 and 5 consoles, and the PS app, which will continue to show the latest updates. Like the Xbox app, I hope the app provides a way to view screenshots. Great for people like me who like to use in-game captures as flashy wallpapers and more.
The removal of MyPlayStation will be completed on June 28th in parallel with the removal of PS Vita messaging service. In April, Sony also removed the PlayStation community from its PS4 system, but it’s also accessible through the app.
You can correctly read the complete list of removed features and the features that have already been removed. Here Directly from Sony’s website.
PlayStation fans have been quite vocal about their disappointment with Sony’s decision to remove features.Many people like Reddit Resettera How mobile app push looks almost aggressive. There’s a good reason why certain features are removed, especially on older systems like the PS Vita, but can it be said for everything that gets an app’s dependencies? Determined in the comments section below.