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Cloud Storage Upgrade Launches Tomorrow For PS+ Subscribers As Firmware 4.25 Readies

More room for save data.

As part of tomorrow’s firmware update (v4.25) Sony will increase the maximum cloud storage capacity for PlayStation Plus members from 150MB to a whopping 1GB.

The service is used exclusively for user game save data, allowing players to conveniently restore lost files after data corruption or hardware failure. As an additional bonus, PlayStation Plus members can arrange for their console to automatically upload their saves to the cloud instead of doing so manually.

Sony confirmed that both Double Dragon Neon and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World will be free to subscribers later this month. Members will also be able to access SEGA’s Jet Set Radio HD a week before regular PSN users with an exclusive 10% discount.

Source: Official PlayStation Blog

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30 Comments
  1. OptimusGoz
    Member
    Since: Aug 2008

    firmware update is out, but im still stuck at 150mb

    Comment posted on 12/09/2012 at 04:01.
    • Slash
      Member
      Since: Jun 2012

      You need to go inside the Cloud Save Storage, after that it will increase to 1GB.

      Comment posted on 12/09/2012 at 12:25.
  2. Slash
    Member
    Since: Jun 2012

    I’m just curious on why do we need a firmware upgrade to increase cloud storage, this doesn’t make much sense to me.

    Am I the only one wondering about the same ?

    Comment posted on 12/09/2012 at 12:26.
    • carson321
      Member
      Since: May 2009

      If you read the other posts you will realise that you aren’t!

      Comment posted on 12/09/2012 at 12:52.
  3. E8_BALL_
    Member
    Since: Jul 2010

    Question…
    If I have a certain save stored on the cloud & del it from hdd.
    When I load a game, will it automatically retrieve from the cloud, or do I have to dload from cloud, onto hdd first?

    Comment posted on 12/09/2012 at 13:46.
    • Slash
      Member
      Since: Jun 2012

      I guess you will have to download it first.

      However it would be a nice feature to add :)

      Comment posted on 12/09/2012 at 13:59.

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