Increasing PS+ Could Space to 1GB, and... that's it.
Sony has announced the upcoming Firmware update for your PS3.
Cloud Storage for PlayStation Plus members gets bumped to 1GB. No other details were given.
That's right, for all 'legit' PS3 users out there, Sony has announced the upcoming PS3 Firmware v4.25.
The update goes live this Wednesday in Europe and "soon" in the US (probably, it will also be live this week). The only confirmed "new feature" is that they'll expand cloud storage for PS Plus users from 150MB to 1GB (1024MB).
There you go. As always, you should expect other "behind the scenes" changes, so, keep an eye on it and don't update.We’ve got some happy news for PlayStation Plus members this week – the latest firmware update (version 4.25) goes live tomorrow, increasing your Cloud Storage limit from 150MB to a whopping 1GB.
After you’ve installed the update, simply go to the Saved Data Utility under the Game column of the XMB. From there you can access the Online Storage folder and find any existing game saves already uploaded, as well as the increase in space to 1GB. So set your automatic download to upload every game save for every game you play, and enjoy the additional breathing room. You can also continue to use this feature to selectively upload game saves you specify.
NEWS SOURCE #1: PS3 firmware update 425 brings 1GB cloud storage upgrade (via) CVG
NEWS SOURCE #2: Sony has an exclusive for their legit PS3 users an update to v4.25 tomorrow (via) PS3Crunch
Our thanks to 'Gauss' for this news item!