James Hallahan from the PlayStation Blog has announced some exciting news for those PS Plus members who are in dire need of some extra storage space.
Starting in early February, PS Plus members will have an expanded cloud storage space of 100GB’s! Previously PS Plus members had 10 GB of storage, now with the upcoming update, users will get a whopping 90GB of extra space!
Hallahan goes into the matter in more detail, check it out in full down below:
We have news to share about cloud storage for PS Plus members. In early February, we will be expanding our cloud storage space from 10GB to 100GB for PS Plus members — giving PS4 owners even more space to keep all those game saves.
With cloud storage, you can save your game progress and character profiles on one PS4 system, and then continue the game on another system later without losing progress. Be sure to check it out next month.
In related PlayStation news, if you’re a PS Plus member you might be excited to hear that some good games will be featured this upcoming month including Ubisoft’s medieval fighting title For Honor, and IO Interactive’s stealth-based assassin title, Hitman Complete First Season. Check out the full list of free games right here!
Are you excited about the expanded cloud storage space for Ps Plus members? Let us know in the comments below!
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