PlayStation Home shutting down on March 31

Content can be downloaded until December 3.

PlayStation Home

PlayStation Home is shutting down its servers in North America and Europe on March 31, 2015, Sony Computer Entertainment announced.

The platform has served “tens of millions” of PlayStation 3 users since it first launched in 2008.

New content will cease publishing on November 12. European users will be able to download content until December 3. And a series of free content will be released prior to the platform’s closure on March 31.

Here’s a quick FAQ, via Sony:

Q: What happens to all of the PlayStation Home content that I have earned and bought?
A: PlayStation Home fans will still be able to download content until 26th November 2014. You will be able to use any content you have earned and bought in PlayStation Home right up until the 31st of March 2015.

Q: Am I entitled to a refund?
A: Due to the progressive and innovative nature of the gaming industry, PlayStation is unable to refund on legacy platform or service experiences.

Q: Is PlayStation Home or a similar service coming to PlayStation 4?
A: There are no plans for PlayStation Home to come to PlayStation 4. PlayStation 4 is a powerful next generation console with the connective capability to offer gamers an outstanding social gaming and community experience in brand new ways.

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