If you’re constantly running out of storage space for your save files, today is your lucky day: Sony’s PlayStation Plus storage expansion is now live, giving all PS Plus members 100 GB of cloud storage.
That’s 10 times the previous allowance PS Plus members received as part of their subscription. The expansion comes as Sony removes free PS3 and PS Vita games from its monthly games selection, focusing on PS4 games only for the near future at least.
Expanded 100GB cloud storage is rolling out now to PS Plus members. Enjoy 10 times more cloud storage for all those PS4 game saves! pic.twitter.com/u98QZUHBiv
— PlayStation Europe (@PlayStationEU) February 8, 2019
February is the final month free PS3 and PS Vita titles will be available to PS Plus members. Those titles are Divekick and Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots for PS3, along with Gunhouse and Rogue Aces for Vita. PS4 players, meanwhile, get the 2016 Hitman reboot and Ubisoft’s medieval fighting game For Honor. The new PS Plus games are out now, along with an additional bonus for Apex Legends players.
PS4 will soon receive a new system storage update too, after Sony sent out beta invites for version 6.50 of the console’s firmware. It seems there are no major features coming in that update as yet.