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