Sure, the big thing PS3 Firmware 3.60 brings us this morning might be the cool new cloud saving for PlayStation Plus owners – and at 92 comments at the time of writing it’s clearly a big deal – but that can’t be the only thing, can it?
Well, it looks like it might be apart from one minor tweak – despite past Firmware updates bringing all kinds of undocumented secrets to the table, 3.60 seems to do little else apart from give Plus users the chance to back-up their save games – most of them anyway, some games aren’t yet compatible with the new service.
Still, we’re hearing this morning from sources that suggest 3.60 has a revamped security structure – words like ‘unhackable’ are being banded around and we’re hoping that’s true.
But I digress. That minor tweak I mentioned? You can now select different time periods for the controller to auto-sleep. Yep, it’s on the release notes, where you’d think Sony would also mention the cloud saving…
Which reminds me, can we have the option to upload more than one save at a time, please chaps?