Sony has confirmed that it’s going to shut down servers for some PlayStation games. The servers are being shut down for several PlayStation 3 games, one PlayStation 4 game as well as one PlayStation Vita game. Those who like PlayStation Move will want to pay close attention as these games are mostly titles that utilize PlayStation Move.

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Given that Sony will be shutting down servers for these games, players will no longer be able to access their online features. Now that’s certainly going to take the fun out of the gameplay for most gamers, but it is what it is.

This isn’t the first time that Sony has done something like this. It has an entire list of previously decommissioned titles up on its website.

Starting July 1st, the servers for High Velocity Bowling, Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest, Sports Champions, and Sports Champions 2 will be shut down. All of these games are for the PlayStation 3.

Sony is also going to shut down the servers for PlayStation Vita’s Modnation Racers: Road Trip and the PlayStation 4’s Kill Strain.

Players who have been trying to win trophies in some of the games that offer them will have to hurry up if they want to complete their collection because the games won’t be able to dole out any trophies after July 1st, 2017 when the servers are shut down.

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