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PlayStation Plus subscribers get new games, more storage space

by | @AttackFanboy | on September 11, 2012

PlayStation Plus subscribers are getting expanded cloud storage capacity when the PS3 firmware update 4.25 arrives on the console. This expands the PS Plus cloud storage size from 150 MB to 1GB, a huge increase.

Cloud Storage is a PlayStation Plus exclusive feature that allows players to utilize access-anywhere storage for their PSN account. What other changes are included in the next PS3 firmware update were not mentioned by Sony at this time.

PlayStation Plus subscribers will also see the addition of two new games for the instant game collection portion of their subscription. The recently released Double Dragon Neon arrives free of charge for subscribers, as well as Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and early access to Jet Set Radio.

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