Sony's PlayStation Vita handheld is nearing the end of its long, bumpy road. According to reports from users on NeoGAF, retail stores in the Netherlands are no longer selling Vita, and likely won't be for the foreseeable future.
NeoGAF user Caayn came across the news in an article on Dutch site Tweakers. "Several stores in the Netherlands have been asked about the PS Vita, as a response to the low amount of units available lately," wrote Caayn in a GAF thread. "They all responded that the PS Vita isn't in stock and won't be in stock anytime soon."
Earlier today, Bol.com, one of the largest online retailers in the Netherlands, only had two Vitas still in stock.
Editors from Tweakers reached out to Sony, but were given a boilerplate "nothing to report" in response.
It's unclear whether this news is one of the final nails in the Vita's coffin, or if there's another reason why the Vita is no longer for sale in the Netherlands. For what it's worth, the handheld can still be found for sale in other European countries such as Germany and France.