According to some internet rumours this morning, Sony’s newest version of the PSP might have had its production halted. Of course, the PSPGo has been dead at retail for a long time, even though it’s less agile stablemates still sell reasonable figures, worldwide. So, are Sony finally pulling the plug on the restrictive little slider?
According to Andriasang, there’s a blog which appears to be run by someone with extensive knowledge of Sony’s production and supply. They’re saying that no more units will be delivered to Sony stores and we assume that means no more to third party retailers too.
Hopefully, if true, this will free up production facilities to get some serious work done on making sure there are enough NGP units at launch to satisfy what is bound to be a huge demand.