PS3 Cloud Service Gets A One Gig Upgrade

PS3 Cloud Service Gets A One Gig Upgrade

PS3 firmware update 4.25 isn’t out yet, but when it goes live it will incorporate a pretty hefty upgrade to the Playstation Plus cloud save storage system. Announced at this past Gamescom in Cologne, Germany, the cloud save storage, which was first implemented over a year ago, has just 150 megabytes of space. Now, it will be boosted up to 1 full gigabyte in the coming days.

After the announcement was made a few weeks ago, PS3 users have been wondering when the cloud save storage will be updated. Well the PS Blog finally broke the news this morning.

Cloud saving is a very nifty tool when wanting to transfer saves from system to system or if you’re paranoid about your PS3 breaking down.

The cloud save storage is a feature of Playstation Plus, which is a service provided by the Playstation Network that offers discounts on games and other Playstation paraphernalia. You can check out PS Plus in depth by clicking here.

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