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PlayStation Plus Cloud Storage Upgraded to 1GB This Week

Posted by Sammy Barker

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You’ll finally be able to back up that Afrika save this week, when PlayStation Plus’ cloud storage is bumped up to a whopping 1GB. A system software update will be required to enable the anticipated enhancement – allowing you to store virtually all of your game saves on Sony’s servers.

As always, you’ll be able to specify which games you want to automatically sync with the cloud. If you’d rather manually upload your data, then you’ll need to browse to the Saved Game Utility on the XMB. As per a recent update, you can now automatically upload multiple saves – making the whole process that little bit easier.

Your cloud saves will be accessible for as long as you have a PlayStation Plus subscription.

[via blog.eu.playstation.com, blog.us.playstation.com]

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User Comments (4)

rjejr

#1

rjejr said:

I think I only have about 8 game saves for a total of 11mb but it's still good news for those that need it. I might even turn on auto-update to celebrate.

Stuffgamer1

#2

Stuffgamer1 said:

I already CAN back up all my save files...still haven't used up 50 megs yet. But hey, if some people can use this, that's cool, I guess. But you keep bringing up Afrika...just how big do those saves GET? :O

TOMBOY25

#3

TOMBOY25 said:

this is useful for people like me god knows how but ive used up all my space

NathanUC

#4

NathanUC said:

Awwww yeahh! Mine just updated all my files that were made after I hit my limit. I'm not at 782mb/1,000mb used!

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