by David Sanchez on August 15, 2012 @ 11:59 am
Some cool news surrounding PlayStation Plus popped up on the PlayStation Blog. The first order of action is the current online save storage limit. While Plus members have had access to 150MB of cloud storage, that will change in September when the limit is increased to 1GB. Not too shabby!
Additionally, Vita owners will also have access to Plus when that feature is rolled out for the handheld later this year. That’s certainly great news, and it was about time, wasn’t it? Oh, and if you’re wondering how Plus will work if you’ve got both a PlayStation 3 and Vita, you’ll be glad to know that all you need is one active account and you’ll have access to all of the Plus membership perks across both platforms.
Plus has been a pretty big feature for a lot of PlayStation 3 owners. Access to betas, free games, and discounts on new titles are all reasons people shell out the cash for a subscription. It’s great to see the feature being implemented into the Vita.
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