Online Back-Up Saves Coming to PS Plus Members

March 9, 2011


If any of you PSN members have noticed, the PSN is down for today due to maintenance.  However, the maintenance is in preparation for the new 3.60 firmware update coming out tomorrow.  While the details have been scarce about what is actually coming with v3.6, the main feature being added is the ability to back up your save files through cloud.  For those who are new to the “cloud” scene, “cloud” allows people to back up files through an online server.  Sony has stated that you can save up to 150MB and 1000 save files (including the copy-protected ones) per PSN account.  Additionally, you will be able to access those saves files on any PS3 when you sign on your account.  If free PSN/PS1 games, discounted games/DLC and exclusive betas/demos didn’t sweeten your idea for PS Plus, maybe this will…

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