PlayStation 3 and Vista Games Might Disappear Soon

PlayStation Plus is Planning to Stop PS3 and Vista Games

PlayStation has been a thing since I was a kid. I’m sure that goes the same for most gaming peeps out there. But there is going to be a bad deal for next year. In 2019, Sony is going to stop releasing free PS3 and Vista games.

Last 2010, the company started the service of free games for their game consoles. This continued for the following years and with more additional users, the company did not stop this feature.

But starting on the 8th day of March 2019, subscribers will only be able to receive two PS4 games and no PS3 and Vista games anymore. This could be a big blow to PlayStation fanatics because free games can be of big help to gamers.

The previous games that were received in the past will still be accessible as long as the user continues to subscribe monthly.

The price for PlayStation Plus was announced to stay at $59.99 for a year of service despite the removal of free-access games.

This month’s free games are Bloodborne and Ratchet and Clank which was rebooted.

Windows XP on its death bed

The popularity of the Windows XP OS has reached unfathomable heights during its heydays. Ever since American software giant Microsoft unveiled the latter to the public; it has become much adored by its users. The XP truly was a magnificent creation, like a marvelous sculpture done by a master artist.

Now, the beloved OS is counting its final days on personal computers the world over.

According to the company’s blog post, they reminded the world that in two years’ time, the company will no longer support the generation’s old operating system.

Stella Chrnyak, Microsoft marketing director said, “We want to acknowledge the two-year countdown to the end of Windows XP and Office 2003 support. Windows XP and Office 2003 were great software releases for their time, but the technology environment has shifted.”

The marketing director advises computer users, particularly businesses who still has XP installed in their computers, to start “migrating” machines to the latest versions of the programs well before Microsoft puts XP to rest.

The Vista which was released after the XP was a very bad replacement for the latter. People didn’t shift to Vista after finding out a lot of problems with the OS.

The dreaded date will be on April 8, 2014.

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