PS4's Fatal System Clock Battery Error Reportedly Proven By Player | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

PS4's Fatal System Clock Battery Error Reportedly Proven By Player

A number of PlayStation 4 owners have seemingly proven, through various experiments, that the console can not play games once the internal CMOS battery dies. Sony's fourth generation PlayStation console launched back in 2013, running in stiff competition with the Xbox One and Nintendo Wii U for nearly seven years. In 2020 the PS4 was succeeded by the PlayStation 5, Sony's newest current-gen console.

As new consoles come out, it is only natural that older consoles are discontinued and developers stop supporting them. Sony recently announced that the PlayStation 3, PSP, and PS Vita digital stores will soon be closed, with players no longer able to make online purchases on these older consoles. These closures are scheduled to happen very soon, with the PS3 and PSP stores closing in July and the PS Vita store closing in August. Players who continue to use these consoles are encouraged to make any desired purchases and downloads while they can, because they will not be able to once the stores have been closed.

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