PlayStation Store removes purchased movies from libraries after service shutdown
Sony is removing access to hundreds of movies and TV shows on its PlayStation Store
service next month, meaning users that previously paid for titles such as
The Hunger Games
will no longer be able to watch them.
The shutdown affects users in Germany and Austria, according to legal notices posted on
the two regional sites, and covers films produced by StudioCanal.
The shutdown will come into force on August 31st, exactly one year after Sony discontinued
movie and TV show purchases through its digital store.
At the time Sony said that its customers will still be able to access previously purchased content.
Notices posted on the PlayStation website blame “evolving license agreements