Late last month, Sony Interactive Entertainment has announced that it will be increasing the amount of cloud storage for PlayStation Plus subscribers starting from February onwards. If you have subscribed to the service, then you should be delighted that the storage upgrade is now already on its way to you.
In fact, you might even have received the cloud storage bump from 10GB to 100GB as we have confirmed with PlayStation Asia’s rep that the company has rolled out the upgrade since yesterday. It has also publicly announced the cloud storage upgrade through PlayStation Asia Facebook page and Twitter account.
— PlayStation Asia (@PlayStationAsia) February 8, 2019
For those who are not familiar with PlayStation Plus, it is a subscription-based service which provides additional features for gamers such as the cloud storage that we mentioned here. Other than that, subscribers would also receive free games every month as well.
This month, the free games that PlayStation Plus subscribers able to enjoy includes For Honor, Hand of Fate, and Hitman: The Complete First Season. Additionally, there is also the PS3 version of Metal Gear Solid 4, Net High, and The King of Fighters XIII.
For more information regarding PlayStation Plus, just head on to PlayStation Asia’s official website.